Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Duodenal atresia is a common cause of neonatal obstruction. It is frequently associated with other malformations such as Down syndrome, cardiac anomalies, malrotation or annular pancreas. Double duodenal atresia is an exceptional malformation. There are only few publications on this subject and none are in association with “Cri du Chat” (Cat Cry) syndrome. We present a newborn, prenatally diagnosed with duodenal atresia and with “Cri du Chat” syndrome. The double duodenal atresia was actually of two different types (type I and type II), associated with malrotation. The second atresia was a peroperative finding at reintervention, five days later. We wish to share our experience in order to avoid unnecessary surgery and co-morbidities.