Duplicated gall bladder with gall bladder polyp presenting w
"Gall bladder anomalies may be in the form of abnormalities in the shape, position, or number. It could be true duplication being completely separated or Y-shaped being united with single cystic duct.

A 38-year-old lady presented with frequent attacks of right hypochondrial pain for the last 4 months. Ultrasound of the abdomen showed distended gall bladder with 1.3 cm gall bladder polyp at the region of the fundus. Decision done for laparoscopic cholecystectomy. During surgery a duplicated gall bladder found with single cystic duct. Successful surgery done and the gall bladder sent for the histopathological examination which showed a benign gall bladder polyp. There were no post-operative complications and the patient discharged on the third days."

Source: International Journal of Surgery case reports

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