Actually, I have yet to actually see a case of gastroschisis/exomphalos. In fact, I never bothered to actually remember anything about them after medical school. Unlike the usual apprenticeship concept of studying medicine, these notes are purely based on reading the theory without hands-on experience.
On another note, in this podcast from the JAMA network is an interesting quote: "The sickest patients are in radiology". And ironically, the patients in radiology are the hardest to resuscitate.