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E Weinberger, W D Winters, R M Liddell, D M Rosenbaum, D Krauter. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1992
Times Cited: 65







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416 articles co-cited >1



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Midgut malrotation, the reliability of sonographic diagnosis.
D Dufour, M H Delaet, M Dassonville, S Cadranel, N Perlmutter. Pediatr Radiol 1992
76
50


Ultrasound diagnosis of midgut volvulus: the "whirlpool" sign.
J P Pracros, L Sann, G Genin, V A Tran-Minh, C H Morin de Finfe, P Foray, D Louis. Pediatr Radiol 1992
135
43

Clockwise whirlpool sign at color Doppler US: an objective and definite sign of midgut volvulus.
Y Shimanuki, T Aihara, H Takano, T Moritani, E Oguma, H Kuroki, A Shibata, K Nozawa, K Ohkawara, A Hirata,[...]. Radiology 1996
101
30

Malrotation of the intestine.
A M Torres, M M Ziegler. World J Surg 1993
155
27


Is ultrasonography a good screening test for intestinal malrotation?
Neil Orzech, Oscar M Navarro, Jacob C Langer. J Pediatr Surg 2006
73
26

Radiographic patterns of intestinal malrotation in children.
F R Long, S S Kramer, R I Markowitz, G E Taylor. Radiographics 1996
66
24

Intestinal malrotation in children: tutorial on radiographic diagnosis in difficult cases.
F R Long, S S Kramer, R I Markowitz, G E Taylor, C A Liacouras. Radiology 1996
57
26


Intestinal malrotation in children: a problem-solving approach to the upper gastrointestinal series.
Kimberly E Applegate, James M Anderson, Eugene C Klatte. Radiographics 2006
92
23


Sonographic features related to volvulus in neonatal intestinal malrotation.
H C Chao, M S Kong, J Y Chen, S J Lin, J N Lin. J Ultrasound Med 2000
59
23

Diagnostic performance of the upper gastrointestinal series in the evaluation of children with clinically suspected malrotation.
Alecia W Sizemore, Kaneez Z Rabbani, Alan Ladd, Kimberly E Applegate. Pediatr Radiol 2008
64
20


Midgut malrotation and volvulus. Which films ar most helpful?
W E Berdon, D H Baker, S Bull, T V Santulli. Radiology 1970
100
18

Midgut volvulus in infants: diagnosis with US. Work in progress.
J C Leonidas, N Magid, N Soberman, T S Glass. Radiology 1991
30
33

Malrotation presenting beyond the neonatal period.
N Spigland, M L Brandt, S Yazbeck. J Pediatr Surg 1990
102
15

The position and mobility of the duodenum in children.
M E Katz, M J Siegel, G D Shackelford, W H McAlister. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1987
46
21

Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis in the infant without a palpable olive: accuracy of sonographic diagnosis.
M Hernanz-Schulman, L L Sells, M M Ambrosino, R M Heller, S M Stein, W W Neblett. Radiology 1994
85
15

A normal sonogram does not exclude malrotation.
L M Ashley, S Allen, R L Teele. Pediatr Radiol 2001
28
35

Sonographic assessment of the retroperitoneal position of the third portion of the duodenum: an indicator of normal intestinal rotation.
Renaud Menten, Raymond Reding, VĂ©ronique Godding, Dana Dumitriu, Philippe Clapuyt. Pediatr Radiol 2012
32
31

Malrotation of the intestine in children.
E G Ford, M O Senac, M S Srikanth, J J Weitzman. Ann Surg 1992
79
13

Intestinal malrotation and midgut volvulus: a 15-year review.
J N Lin, C C Lou, K L Wang. J Formos Med Assoc 1995
28
32

Midgut malrotation diagnosed by ultrasound.
P A Gaines, A J Saunders, D Drake. Clin Radiol 1987
37
24

The radiologist says malrotation: does the surgeon operate?
A V Dilley, J Pereira, E C Shi, S Adams, I B Kern, B Currie, G M Henry. Pediatr Surg Int 2000
60
15

Evidence-based diagnosis of malrotation and volvulus.
Kimberly E Applegate. Pediatr Radiol 2009
55
16


Malrotation of the bowel in infants and children: a 15 year review.
D R Stewart, A L Colodny, W C Daggett. Surgery 1976
112
12


Malrotation of bowel: variable patterns with different surgical considerations.
W L Schey, J S Donaldson, J R Sty. J Pediatr Surg 1993
47
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Should malrotation in children be treated differently according to age?
P Prasil, H Flageole, K S Shaw, L T Nguyen, S Youssef, J M Laberge. J Pediatr Surg 2000
54
14

Heterotaxia syndrome: the role of screening for intestinal rotation abnormalities.
M Choi, S H Borenstein, L Hornberger, J C Langer. Arch Dis Child 2005
62
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Sonographic demonstration of duodenal obstruction with midgut volvulus.
C K Hayden, T F Boulden, L E Swischuk, T E Lobe. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1984
44
15

Midgut volvulus. An ever-present threat.
J H Seashore, R J Touloukian. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1994
51
13

The angiographic diagnosis of midgut malrotation with volvulus in adults.
S I Buranasiri, S Baum, M Nusbaum, H Tumen. Radiology 1973
40
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Roentgen diagnosis of midgut malrotation: value of upper gastrointestinal radiographic study.
A J Simpson, J C Leonidas, I H Krasna, J M Becker, K M Schneider. J Pediatr Surg 1972
58
10

Antropyloric muscle thickness at US in infants: what is normal?
F N O'Keeffe, S D Stansberry, L E Swischuk, C K Hayden. Radiology 1991
55
10

Neonatal duodenum: fluid-aided US examination.
H L Cohen, J O Haller, A L Mestel, C Coren, S Schechter, D H Eaton. Radiology 1987
33
18

Malrotation and midgut volvulus: a historical review and current controversies in diagnosis and management.
Brooke Lampl, Terry L Levin, Walter E Berdon, Robert A Cowles. Pediatr Radiol 2009
71
9



Malrotation of the bowel: malalignment of the superior mesenteric artery-vein complex shown by CT and MR.
D Shatzkes, D H Gordon, J O Haller, A Kantor, R De Silva. J Comput Assist Tomogr 1990
27
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.