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Table 1 Confidence and evaluation of the duodenojejunal junction (DJJ) location

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

Confidence of DJJ location DJJ location Time to identify DJJ Limitation Final diagnosis
Good (n = 7) Normal (n = 6) Immediately after (n = 1)
1 min (n = 4)
5 min (n = 1)
  Normal bowel (n = 6)b
  Malrotation (n = 1) 1 min (n = 1)   Malrotation (n = 1)a
Equivocal (n = 8) Equivocal (n = 7) Immediately after (n = 2)
1 min (n = 4)
1 h (n = 1)
  Normal bowel (n = 5)b
Malrotation (n = 1)a
Meconium plug syndrome (n = 1)
  Rotated patient’s position (n = 1) 1 h (n = 1)   Malrotation (n = 1)a
Could not evaluate (n = 5)    Delayed passage (n = 4) Meconium plug syndrome (n = 2)
Gastric volvulus (n = 1)
Normal bowel (n = 1)
    Inadequate time (n = 1) Meconium plug syndrome (n = 1)
  1. aThese three studies are from same patient
  2. bThese two studies are from the same patient