Condition: Anomalies Of Intestinal Fixation

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Anomalies of intestinal fixation and position are the most common anomalies (abnormalities) of intestinal development found in the adult. This means that the intestines are rotated or fixated in ways different from the normal anatomy. Anomalies of intestinal fixation and position are associated with digestive problems and abdominal pain. If the anomalies are causing severe symptoms it may require surgery to put the intestines into the correct position.

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