Phrygian cap

Case contributed by Mostafa El-Feky

Presentation

Right hypochondrial pain.

Patient Data

Age: 30 years
Gender: Female
ultrasound

Normal gallbladder. No stones or mud. Incidental Phrygian cap.

Case Discussion

The phrygian cap is the commonest incidentally found anatomical variant of the gallbladder. However, it can contain gallstones or sludge while the rest of gallbladder may be normal. It is asymptomatic with no pathological significance.

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