The concurrence of wandering spleen, organoaxial gastric volvulus, and pancreatic volvulus is very rare. They have been associated with symptoms such as severe abdominal pain, abdominal distention, and vomiting. However, the diagnosis remains complicated and any delay can result in ischemia and necrosis of the organs involved. In this case presentation, we present a unique case involving a 14-year-old girl who presented initially with acute abdominal pain. Assessment with enhanced computed tomography scan led to the diagnosis of wandering spleen, organoaxial gastric volvulus, and pancreatic volvulus, in addition to cholestasis, making it the first study to report on the simultaneous occurrence of this triad and cholestasis.
Keywords: Abdominal pain; Cholestasis; Volvulus; Wandering spleen.