Antenatal Diagnosis of Intestinal Mal-rotation: King Hamad University Hospital Approach to Congenital Fetal Anomalies
Antenatal diagnosis of congenital fetal anomalies is a major contributor to the outcome of the condition, the effects on the progression of pregnancy, and the quality of life of the child. Intestinal malrotation and duodenal atresia are some of the diagnoses that can be easily made. In this case, we are highlighting the importance of early detection and the factors that allow for an early diagnosis. The report will discuss the case of a 33-year-old pregnant woman whose complaint of antepartum hemorrhage was the key to diagnosing her fetus with intestinal mal-rotation. In addition, this case report will describe the approach of KHUH in managing congenital fetal anomalies.