Duodenojejunal atresia with absent dorsal mesentery, choledochal cyst, and malrotation in a premature newborn--a case report.

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We present the case of a premature baby who was born with the following conditions: an extensive atresia from the first part of the duodenum to the mid small bowel; malrotation of the distal part, in volvulus and in an "apple peel" configuration; no connection of the bile ducts to the bowel; and presence of a type II choledochal cyst. To our knowledge, this… (More)

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@article{Arbell2006DuodenojejunalAW, title={Duodenojejunal atresia with absent dorsal mesentery, choledochal cyst, and malrotation in a premature newborn--a case report.}, author={Dan Arbell and Boris Orkin and Yaron Naveh and Ilan Gur and Raphael Udassin}, journal={Journal of pediatric surgery}, year={2006}, volume={41 6}, pages={e11-3} }