TYPE VI CHOLEDOCHAL CYST: A CASE REPORT & REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Girish D. Bakhshi*, Kavita V. Jadhav, Shradha D. Gangawane, Mukund B. Tayade and Rajesh B. Yadav
Choledochal cyst is a congenital anomaly of the bile duct. It is cystic dilatation of biliary tree. It usually manifests in first year of life. Its presentation directly in adulthood is rare. It is usually associated with complications in adulthood. According to different classifications, choledochal cysts are mainly of 5 types. Recently, type VI of choledochal cyst has been introduced. It is isolated cystic dilatation of cystic duct. It is rarest amongst all types. Only few reports have been reported. We present a case report of type VI choledochal cyst with review of literature.
Keywords: Biliary anomalies, choledochal cyst.
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