Cystic duct diverticulum
Acute abdomen-- Right hypochondrium pain and vomitting.
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This case shows features of Adenomyomotosis of GB and its MRCP apperance.
The case also demonstrate all the features of the Acute Choelcystitis and choelelithiases as seen in MRCP.
There is a evidence of fusifrom type of cystic duct diverticulum.
The Tdani's classifcation describes only 5 type of Choledochal cyst Abnormality. The diverticulum dilatation of the Cystic duct has not been described by Todani. However, there are some sporadic case reports and a series of 10 cases of this entity. The significance of this entity is in surgical planing. Allowing a preoperative diagnosis of this condition may warn the surgeon and avoid potential complications. There may be other long term significance of this condition, however, this needs to be investigated by appropriate studies.
- Cystic malformation of cystic duct: 10 cases and review of literature Praveen Maheshwari. http://www.wjgnet.com/1949-8470/full/v4/i9/413.htm