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Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report

Dr C Praneeth Reddy1, Dr Bharath Kumar D2, Dr. Premananda Pattanaik3, Dr. Thirunavukkarasu Sampath4, Dr. Muni Krishna S5, Dr Varun P6.

Abstract
Anamalous union of Pancrato Biliary duct( APBD)has been regarded to be the etiological factor for choledochal cyst .A 27 year old lady who presented with pain abdomen and vomiting was found to have Type IV A choledochal cyst with APBD which was diagnosed by Magnetic
Resonance cholangio Pancreatography(MRCP).She was successfully treated by exicision of the cyst with Roux-en Y hepatico- jejunostomy. Classification of Choledochal cysts and APBJ,possible diagnostic modalities with treatment were discussed

Key words: Choledochal Cyst, APBJ, Pancreatic duct anomalies, Hepatico Jejunostomy


 
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Reddy DCP, D DBK, Pattanaik DP, Sampath T, S DMK, P DV. Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report. NMJ. 2017; 6(1): 50-53. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123


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Reddy DCP, D DBK, Pattanaik DP, Sampath T, S DMK, P DV. Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report. http://www.narayanamedicaljournal.com/?mno=269651 [Access: December 17, 2017]. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123


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Reddy DCP, D DBK, Pattanaik DP, Sampath T, S DMK, P DV. Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report. NMJ. 2017; 6(1): 50-53. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123



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Reddy DCP, D DBK, Pattanaik DP, Sampath T, S DMK, P DV. Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report. NMJ. (2017), [cited December 17, 2017]; 6(1): 50-53. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123



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Reddy, D. C. P., D, D. B. K., Pattanaik, D. P., Sampath, . T., S, D. M. K. & P, D. V. (2017) Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report. NMJ, 6 (1), 50-53. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123



Turabian Style

Reddy, Dr C Praneeth, Dr Bharath Kumar D, Dr. Premananda Pattanaik, Dr. Thirunavukkarasu Sampath, Dr. Muni Krishna S, and Dr Varun P. 2017. Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report. Narayana Medical Journal, 6 (1), 50-53. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123



Chicago Style

Reddy, Dr C Praneeth, Dr Bharath Kumar D, Dr. Premananda Pattanaik, Dr. Thirunavukkarasu Sampath, Dr. Muni Krishna S, and Dr Varun P. "Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report." Narayana Medical Journal 6 (2017), 50-53. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Reddy, Dr C Praneeth, Dr Bharath Kumar D, Dr. Premananda Pattanaik, Dr. Thirunavukkarasu Sampath, Dr. Muni Krishna S, and Dr Varun P. "Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report." Narayana Medical Journal 6.1 (2017), 50-53. Print. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123



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Reddy, D. C. P., D, D. B. K., Pattanaik, D. P., Sampath, . T., S, D. M. K. & P, D. V. (2017) Choledochal cyst with Anamolous Pancreato Biliary Junction(APBJ) - Case report. Narayana Medical Journal, 6 (1), 50-53. doi:10.5455/nmj./00000123



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