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The increase in the incidence of choledochal cysts has increased due to increase in pickup rate can be attributed to better detection by means of advanced technology. The iIncidence of these cysts in Asia is somewhat higher than that in   1  western countries. The reason for this geographical difference is still remains unclear. There is also an unexplained female preponderance with These cysts are more common in female patientsthe female: -to-male ratio is commonly reported as 4:1. However, the reason for this is unknown. With regard to etiology, tThe most widely accepted hypothesis regarding etiology is involves an anomalous arrangement of the pancreaticobiliary ductal junction. The triad of jaundice, right upper quadrant pain , and 2  a palpable subcostal mass is diagnostic, but it is not seen present in all cases.

Choledochal cysts can be associatedmay appear in patients with biliary atresia, congenital hepatic fibrosis, and renal cystic disease of the kidney, especially renal tubular ectasia, sometimes in combinedation with cortical and medullary cysts. Reported complications of cCholedochal cysts include have been reported to cause complications such as secondary calculus formation, pancreatitis, biliary cirrhosis, cyst rupture with bile peritonitis, cholangitis, intrahepatic abscess, and portal vein thrombosis. Moreover, such cysts may rupture, causing bile peritonitis, and they have the potential for malignant transformation into cholangiocarcinoma. 3 

Ultrasonography is the preferred for method for initial evaluation. It reveals depicts choledochal cyst as an anechoic cystic structure separate from the gall bladder that communicates with the hepatic ducts. The dDifferential diagnosies, which is based on ultra sound findings, includes other fluid- filled structures in this region, namely pancreatic pseudocysts, large right renal cysts, enteric duplication cysts, and hepatic artery aneurysms. Hepatobiliary scintigraphy can also complement the diagnosis by showings late accumulation of radioisotope in the  4  cystic structure, which further supports the diagnosis.

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The incidence of choledochal cysts has increased due to an increase in the detection rate by means of because of advancements ind technology. The iIncidence in Asia is somewhat higher than that in   1  western countries. The reason for this geographical difference is stillremains unclear. Further, There is also an unexplained these cysts are more common in females, preponderance with the female: male ratio being commonly reported as 4:1. The most widely accepted hypothesis regarding the etiology is an anomalous arrangement of the pancreaticobiliary ductal junction. The triad of jaundice, right upper quadrant pain , and 2  a palpable subcostal mass is diagnostic but is not seen present in all cases.

Choledochal cysts can be associatedmay appear in patients with biliary atresia, congenital hepatic fibrosis, and cystic disease of the kidney, especially renal tubular ectasia, sometimes in combinedation with cortical and medullary cysts. Reported complications of cCholedochal cysts include have been reported to cause complications such as secondary calculus formation, pancreatitis, biliary cirrhosis, cyst rupture with bile peritonitis, cholangitis, intrahepatic abscess, portal vein thrombosis, and malignant transformation into cholangiocarcinoma.

Ultrasonography is preferred for initial evaluation. It reveals an anechoic cystic structure separate from the gall bladder that communicates with the hepatic ducts. The dDifferential diagnosies, which is based on ultra sound findings, includes other fluid- filled structures in this region, namely pancreatic pseudocysts, large right renal cysts, enteric duplication cysts, and hepatic artery aneurysms. Hepatobiliary scintigraphy can also complement support the diagnosis by showing revealing late accumulation of radioisotopes in the  3 cystic structure.

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