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Pamidi N, Nayak S, Vollala VR
Correspondence: Dr Narendra Pamidi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Peritoneal anomalies are common in humans. We report the presence of a cystogastrocolic fold associated with an abnormally small gallbladder in a 50-year-old male cadaver. Presence of this fold is one of the clinically important anomalies, which can result in atrophy of the gallbladder or congenital obstruction of the duodenum.
Keywords: cystogastrocolic fold, gallbladder atrophy, peritoneal anomaly, peritoneum
Singapore Med J. 2008; 49(9): e250-1