Spring 2019 Issue
Volume 11 | Number 2
A six-year-old male presents with the following ocular finding (see picture). His mother states since he was a toddler he has wobbled and swayed when he walks, sits or stands still. He is now having difficulty moving his eyes from one place to the next, and his speech is starting to sound slurred. What is the most likely underlying diagnosis?
Malrotation with midgut volvulus
This upper GI study confirms the malrotation with midgut volvulus, with a dilated fluid-filled duodenum, a "corkscrew" pattern, and the classic "C" shape of the small bowel on the right side of the abdomen.
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