Recurrent abdominal pain: Multiseptate gall bladder
Applied Medical Research. 2016;
Aim: We describe herein the case a pediatric patient with incidentally diagnosed multiseptate gall bladder followedup for a year. Case: Seven-year-old boy admitted to our department with recurrent abdominal pain and diagnosed as multiple septa in gall bladder. All laboratory values were normal. There was no sludge in ultrasound. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography didn’t show any congenital abnormality. He’s been abdominal pain only once in a time for the last two years. Conclusion: Although a rare condition in childhood, patients with multiseptate gallbladder should be followed unless without clinical symptoms.