Presentation and management of late-onset duodenomegaly in a teenager with chronic obstruction from malrotation

Andrew Russ, Anthony C Chin, N Elizabeth Terry, Lisa P Abramson, Srikumar Pillai
Journal of Pediatric Surgery 2008, 43 (8): e21-4
Anomalies of intestinal rotation typically present in infancy and early childhood. The diagnosis in older children and adults may be vague and delayed. We discuss a case and management of a patient with late-onset duodenomegaly with chronic obstruction from malrotation.

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