Dextrogastria and Malrotation of Midgut in a Neonate

Dandamudi Meghana, Attibele Mahadevaiah Shubha, Kanishka Das


A neonate presented with bilious vomiting and hematochezia. The infantogram and upper gastrointestinal contrast study were suggestive of dextrogastria with malrotation of midgut. Laparotomy confirmed isolated dextrogastria, malrotation of the midgut and volvulus. Reverse Ladd’s procedure was done.


Dextrogastria; Malrotation of midgut; Neonate

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