Congenital anomalous connection between the left intrahepatic bile duct and the stomach

An accessory bile duct is found in up to 4% of necropsies and is usually a single thin-walled channel that drains a segment of the right lobe of the liver into the common bile duct or, rarely, into the gallbladder. However, accessory bile ducts draining into the gastrointestinal tract are extremely rare. We report a patient with an accessory bile duct… CONTINUE READING