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Malrotation - Radiographic Features
suspecting malrotation, an upper GI series would best show the abnormal
position of the ligament of Treitz.
|Cecum is in an abnormal location in the mid pelvis.||The duodenal-jejunal junction is to the right of the spine, and most of the small bowel is on the right side of the abdomen.|
|This shows Ladd Bands resulting in a distended stomach with a small amount of distal gas.|
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