Intestinal malrotation is defined as the congenital abnormal positioning of the midgut, whereby the duodenojejunal (DJ) flexure lies right of the midline and relatively close to the ileocecal valve. This makes the dorsal mesenteric root narrow and puts the bowel at risk of midgut volvulus. Intestinal malrotation is usually associated with the presence of peritoneal folds, so-called Ladd’s bands, which cross from the colon and cecum to the duodenum and liver and rarely cause duodenal obstruction.