Volume : VIII, Issue : XI, November - 2019

DEVELOPMENTAL ANOMALIES AND MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATIONS OF GALL BLADDER- A CADAVERIC STUDY

Amudalapalli Siva Narayana, Hima Bindu. A

Abstract :

Introduction– The Gall Bladder (GB) is a hollow viscus sac, situated in a fossa in the right hepatic lobe inferior surface. It extends from the right end of porta hepatis to the inferior border of liver. It is 7 – 10cm long, 3 cm oad and capacity is 30 – 50 ml. It has 3 parts Fundus, Body and Neck. Materials and Methods–This study was carried on 50 GB specimens in the Department of Anatomy, GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Visakhapatnam. The GB was carefully dissected and cleaned to observe developmental anomalies and morphological variations of GB. Results–The developmental anomalies like Hartmanns pouch, Intrahepatic Hypoplastic GB were observed. The length and eadth GB ranged from 4.9 – 9.5 cm and 2.0 – 4.8 cm, shapes of GB most common pear shaped(64 %), flask shaped(20%), cylindrical shaped(12%) and hour glass(4%). Conclusion– The knowledge of this study will help the laparoscopic surgeon to take preventive measures before cholecystectomy and the radiologist to differentiate the normal from anomalies.

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DEVELOPMENTAL ANOMALIES AND MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATIONS OF GALL BLADDER- A CADAVERIC STUDY, Amudalapalli Siva Narayana, Hima Bindu.A INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH : Volume-8 | Issue-11 | November-2019


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