Intestinal malrotation

What is Intestinal malrotation?

It is congenital disorder of incomplete rotation of intestine during foetal growth.It causes the blockage or ischemia of the intestine.

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37 Year old male

Severe abdominal pain
Very Weak
Very Dizzy
Constipated (due to the tramadol & vicodin)

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Thanks for the query.

In your case with all the routine workup being normal one has to think of unusual causes of pain abdomen.

These are

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My 19 year old son with history of malrotation of his stomach and bowel and at least 3 vulvulus of his large intestine is not in pain but I noticed...

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Thank you for the query.

I`m not sure, I have understand you correctly and it would be easier to answer your questions if you could attach...

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I've had abdominal pain since December my dr thought it was my appendix but was unable to remove it because of malrotation the pain is still there...

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If your scans are normal , it is possible that your problem lies with a disease in the spine of thoracic region.
Please go for MRI of the...

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