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The diagnosis of malrotation and volvulus in the older child and adult: A trap for radiologists

  • A Pediatric G. I. Symposium — From the 1993 Society for Pediatric Radiology Meeting in Seattle
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Berdon, W.E. The diagnosis of malrotation and volvulus in the older child and adult: A trap for radiologists. Pediatr Radiol 25, 101–103 (1995).

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