Intestinal Malrotation and Appendicitis in Adults

  title={Intestinal Malrotation and Appendicitis in Adults},
  author={Lăcrămioara Perianu and Ștefana-Eugenia Moldovanu and Cristina Furnică},
  journal={The Journal of Surgery},
Background: Intestinal malrotation is a rare condition resulting from an incomplete midgut rotation and fixation; most of the cases were diagnosed in the newborn and the presentation at adulthood is traditionally considered as rare. In the same time appendicitis is a very common surgical condition with different clinical presentations and the diagnosis can be challenging especially when there is an alteration to the normal position of anatomical structures. Case report: We present the case of… 

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