Intestinal Malrotation Foundation
Spreading Awareness and Offering Resources to Families Dealing with Intestinal Malrotation

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Share Your Story

We'd love to hear about your experience with intestinal malrotation. If you would like to share your story, you may email it to us at

We are interested in hearing stories from all sides of an intestinal malrotation diagnosis. This could include parents whose children have been diagnosed, adults who have been diagnosed themselves, family members who have lost a loved one or medical professionals who have worked with intestinal malrotation patients.

Please attach any photos that you'd like included in your story. Before including professional photos please confirm with the photographer that IMF may use their photograph.

Host a Fundraiser

The Intestinal Malrotation Foundation operates exclusively on fundraising efforts and donations. IMF appreciates all fundraising contributions, no matter how large or small. Feel free to contact us if you are interested in hosting an IMF fundraiser, we'd be happy to assist in any way that we can.


We would love to have your participation in future volunteer events. Volunteer opportunities are available on an as-needed basis both online and in person. If you have any specific skills or ideas that you think may be useful to IMF, we'd love to hear about them! Please include your location if you are interested in volunteering at live events. Please contact us to express your interest.

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Help Build Our Resource Section

IMF is currently compiling a list of surgeons and specialists experienced with intestinal malrotation and it's complications such as volvulus, short bowel syndrome and chronic motility problems. Please help us build this resource by sharing your experience.

If more than one doctor was involved in you or your child's care, please consider filling out a separate response for each one.
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Reason for Visit
You may wish to include things such as your circumstances for visiting the doctor, how the doctor treated you or your child, and your impression of the doctor's knowledge/experience with intestinal malrotation.