04 August 2021>: Articles
Challenging differential diagnosis, Management of emergency care, Rare diseaseHind S. Alsaif A , Ali Hassan A* , Hassan Alsaleem B , Osamah J. Refai F , Khaled Awary C , Faten Alaqeel A , Raed Alsulaiman A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e932075
Figure 1. Abdominal computed tomography suggestive of volvulus around the gastrostomy tube. Scout image (A) showing the gastrostomy tube (arrow) in the distended stomach (C). Sagittal image (B) showing dilated small bowel loops (asterisk) in close relation to the tube (arrow). Consecutive axial images (C, D) showing swirl of jejunal loops (arrow) over the gastrostomy tube with resultant dilated proximal small bowel loops (asterisk) and completely collapsed small bowel loops distal to the tube (encircled). Note the levoscoliosis.