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Axial 3D fast spoiled gradient echo images ((b) and (c)), obtained in an excretory phase, show right aberrant duct (white arrow in (b) and (c)) and the insertion of cystic duct (white dashed arrow).
Most of the authors who have treated this condition before used the following surgical technique: The aberrant duct was dissected, attached with a small skin island, and transposed into the oral cavity to redirect the fistula outflow.
Accessory and Aberrant Ducts: There are a large number of accessory ducts [Fig.
Pericholecystic biliary anomalies that are often overlooked at the time of laparoscopic cholecystectomy include both aberrant ducts and accessory ducts such as Luschka's duct anomaly (a meshwork of small ducts that extend from the right lobe of the liver in the gallbladder fossa to the right hepatic or common hepatic duct).
Interestingly, the rodent studies revealed an association between hepatocyte labeling indices and prevalence of aberrant ducts (23,33-35).