A rare case of ciliated foregut cyst of gall bladder
Author(s): Dr. Arvind Ghanghoria, Dr. Ramendra Gurjar, Dr. Abhay Brahamane and Dr. Gaurav Garg
Abstract: The ciliated cysts are a rare congenital lesion developed from the primitive anterior intestine. The ciliated cysts essentially supra-diaphragmatic and located in the bronchial tree, the esophagus, the mediastinum and sublingual. When the cyst is infra diaphragmatic, it’s usually located in the liver especially in medial segments (IV, V, VIII). It can be located in the pancreas as well. It’s location in the gall bladder is exceptional. Many a times it’s a incidental finding. Cystic lesion in gallbladder needs to be operated for symptomatic relief as well for histopathological diagnosis.