An antenatally-diagnosed solitary, non-parasitic hepatic cyst with duodenal obstruction

@article{Shankar2000AnAS,
  title={An antenatally-diagnosed solitary, non-parasitic hepatic cyst with duodenal obstruction},
  author={S. Raja Shankar and Sandesh Vinod Parelkar and Sujoy Das and Ashok B. Mathure},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2000},
  volume={16},
  pages={214-215}
}
Congenital solitary, non-parasitic liver cysts are uncommon lesions that are rarely diagnosed antenatally. The cystic nature of the antenatally-diagnosed abdominal cyst in our case was confirmed postnatally by ultrasound. Partial excision with marsupialisation and release of extrinsic bands on the second part of the duodenum was done. 

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