A normal sonogram does not exclude malrotation
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- Ashley, L., Allen, S. & Teele, R. Pediatric Radiology (2001) 31: 354. doi:10.1007/s002470100434
We present case reports of three recent patients to reinforce the argument that upper gastrointestinal series is the method of choice with which to document malrotation. It has been 9 years since there was a major discussion of this subject in the literature. Ultrasonography cannot confidently exclude malrotation. Radiographic study with contrast continues to be the best diagnostic tool.