Intussusception of vitello-intestinal tract through an exomphalos in trisomy 13

@article{Blair2004IntussusceptionOV,
  title={Intussusception of vitello-intestinal tract through an exomphalos in trisomy 13},
  author={Steve Blair and Spencer Wynyard Beasley},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={422-423}
}
Intussusception of a patent vitello-intestinal tract through the dome of an exomphalos is extremely rare, but appears to have an association with trisomy 13. It can be distinguished from a ruptured exomphalos by: (1) its single limb (no loop of bowel); (2) its mucosal surface; and (3) an opening at its end.