The baby born 'inside out': Girl undergoes life-saving surge
A newborn girl underwent life-saving surgery just minutes after she was born with her stomach, bowels, fallopian tubes and ovaries outside her body. She was diagnosed with gastroschisis - an ultra rare condition of the abdomen - while still in the womb.

Surgeons performed a two-hour operation on her immediately to push some of her organs back in - but not all would fit. The remaining were covered in a plastic bag, allowing for them to fall back into her stomach naturally. After spending her first 63 days in hospital, the four-month-old is now fighting fit.

Overall the incidence is quite low, with 1 in 3,000 babies being born with gastroschisis each year.
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