Phrygian Cap Gall Bladder: A Rare Entity

Sameeah Hanif

  • Sameeah Hanif Department of Surgery DHQ Abbottabad


Folding of gall bladder is the most common congenital abnormality of biliary tract. From developmental aspect it can be taken as part of congenital septum which did not develop. This type of gall bladder can produce symptoms if the connection between two cavities is narrow impeding the flow of bile between them. Herein we report a case of 40-year old patient who presented with pain in right hypochondrium and ultrasound showed presence of calculi. Patient underwent cholecystectomy. Appearance of gall bladder resembled that of Phrygian cap.

Key words

Gall bladder abnormalities, Cholecystectomy, Congenital anomaly, Phrygian cap.