32-Year-Old Man with Abdominal Pain, General Malaise and an Inability to Eat: A Case of Intestinal Malrotation

Authors

  • Katie O’ Sullivan School of Medicine, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland

Keywords:

Medicine

Author Biography

Katie O’ Sullivan, School of Medicine, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland

Sixth Year Medicine, TCD

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Published

2008-01-01

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O’ Sullivan, K. (2008). 32-Year-Old Man with Abdominal Pain, General Malaise and an Inability to Eat: A Case of Intestinal Malrotation. Trinity Student Medical Journal, 9(1), Page 22–24. Retrieved from https://www.tsmj.ie/index.php/tsmj/article/view/1886