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Renal basculitis

E J Balthazar
Defective fixation during embryologic development is responsible for a variety of segmental colonic malpositions seen during barium enema examinations. A review of the normal development process of fixation is presented, together with the most common and significant aberrations. On the right side clinical entities such as axial torsion, cecal bascule, retrocolic sigmoid, and pericolic bands are discussed and illustrated. On the left side, the configuration and clinical implications of the malposition of the splenic flexure are analyzed...
August 18, 1977: Gastrointestinal Radiology
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