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Fig. 1 | BMC Pediatrics

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From: Bedside upper gastrointestinal series in the neonatal intensive care unit

Fig. 1

A 4-week-old neonate with intestinal malrotation. Images from the bedside upper gastrointestinal series of a 4-week-old neonate who was born at the gestational age of 30 weeks. a A baseline abdominal radiograph, radiographs obtained b immediately after administration of contrast medium, c at 1 min, d at 5 min, e at 1 h, and f at 2 h. There were localized areas of gaseous bowel distention in the upper abdomen on the baseline image. Inferomedial location of duodenojejunal junction with mid-abdominal location of the jejunum suggesting malrotation are seen in the radiographs taken after c 1 min and d 5 min of delay. This was the first study out of the three repeated examinations in this patient. The patient’s intestinal malrotation was surgically confirmed at the age of 10 months

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