During embryologic development, the gut rotates how many degrees and in what direction?
270 degrees counterclockwise
What complication is associated with midgut malrotation?
Midgut volvulus on fluoroscopy appears as?
Corkscrew appearance with swirling of bowel loops
On fluoroscopy, the duodenojejunal junction lies where normally?
To the left of the vertebral pedicle and at the same height as the duodenal bulb.
Significantly distended stomach containing fluid and food residue. Abnormal position of the retromesenteric duodenum with small bowel loops located within the right paracolic gutter, cecum in the pelvis and ascending colon within the left hemiabdomen. In addition, there is a reversal of the SMA/SMV position is evident. Incidental fetal lobulation of both kidneys and left extrarenal pelvis. No features of basal aspiration pneumonitis.