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Intestinal Malrotation

Aka: Intestinal Malrotation
  1. See Also
    1. Midgut Volvulus
  2. Epidemiology
    1. Incidence: 1 in 500 live births
    2. Typically diagnosed in infants and children
      1. First month of life presentation in 60-85% of cases
      2. Diagnosis by age 1 year in 90% of cases
  3. Pathophysiology
    1. Congenital Anomaly
    2. Duodenojejunal junction with abnormal position
  4. Imaging
    1. Upper gastrointestinal series
      1. False positive and false negatives in 15% of cases
      2. Lower Test Specificity in older children adn adults (compared with infants and young children)
  5. Risk Factors: Associated Syndromes
    1. Familial Intestinal Malrotation
    2. Marfan Syndrome
    3. Prune Belly Syndrome
    4. Chromosomal abnormalities
      1. Trisomy 13
      2. Trisomy 18
      3. Trisomy 21
    5. Other conditions (e.g. Cat-eye, Cantrell, Cornelia de Lange, Coffin-Siris, Heterotaxy, and Apple-Peel atresia)
  6. Associated Conditions
    1. Kidney and ureter absence
    2. Biliary atresia
    3. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
    4. Duodenal atresia or Small Bowel stenosis
    5. Gastroschisis
    6. Hirschprung Disease
    7. Imperforate anus
    8. Intussusception
    9. Meckel Diverticulum
    10. Omphalocele
    11. Pyloric Stenosis
  7. Complications
    1. Midgut Volvulus
    2. Small Bowel Obstruction
    3. Malabsorption
  8. Resources
    1. http://www.wjes.org/content/6/1/22
  9. References
    1. Applegate (2006) RadioGraphics 26:1485-500 [PubMed]

Congenital malrotation of intestine (C0221210)

Definition (NCI) A congenital abnormality in which the intestine is abnormally rotated (twisted). It may result in intestinal obstruction.
Concepts Congenital Abnormality (T019)
MSH C562456
SnomedCT 29980002, 204756000, 48641006
English Incomplete rotation intestine, Volvulus neonatorum, Volvulus of midgut, VOLVULUS OF MIDGUT, Malrotation of the gut, Malrotation of gut, intestinal malrotation, intestinal malrotation (diagnosis), Gut malrotation, Congenital malrotation of intestine, congenital malrotation, intestine malrotation, midgut volvulus, intestines malrotation, volvulus neonatorum, malrotation intestine, Intestinal Malrotation, Volvulus Of Midgut, Malrotation of bowel, Congenital Malrotation of Intestine, Malrotation of intestine, Incomplete rotation of intestine, Congenital malrotation (morphologic abnormality), Congenital malrotation of intestine (disorder), Congenital malrotation, bowel; malrotation, malrotation; bowel, Congenital malrotation, NOS, Intestinal malrotation
Dutch malrotatie van darmen, darm; malrotatie, malrotatie; darm
French Anomalie de la rotation intestinale
Italian Malrotazione intestinale
Portuguese Má rotação intestinal
Spanish Malrotación intestinal, malrotación congénita del intestino (trastorno), malrotación congénita del intestino, rotación anómala congénita de intestino (trastorno), rotación anómala congénita de intestino, rotación patológica de origen congénito (anomalía morfológica), rotación patológica de origen congénito
Japanese 腸回転異常, チョウカイテンイジョウ
Czech Abnormální rotace sttřev
Hungarian Intestinalis malrotatio
German Malrotation
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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