Ciliated Foregut Cyst of Gallbladder: A Little Known Entity


Ciliated Foregut Cyst of Gallbladder: A Little Known Entity

Ciliated foregut cysts are rare masses that develop from the tissues which remain from embryological foregutdevelopment. In the literature, a few cases have been described in various organs so far. The solitary cysts arecharacterized by ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium. They are usually located above the diaphragm butthey can also arise in relation to the liver, gallbladder and pancreas. Although rare, there is a risk of development ofsquamous cell carcinoma from these cysts that typically bear benign features. Prognosis following the developmentof carcinoma is poor. Congenital gallbladder cysts are detected rather rarely. The diagnosis is suspected on imaging.Treatment using a laparoscopic surgical method is the first preference.

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