First case report of gall bladder agenesis and absences of extrahepatic biliary system
extrahepatic biliary tree anomalies were an extremely rare anatomic anomaly, congenital absence of the gallbladder is commonest. Most of the cases are usually discovered intraoperative, because pre-operative diagnosis may be a challenges as patients can present with symptoms mimicking biliary colic. ultrasonographic diagnosis in majority of cases may be misleading. We report a first case of agenesis of the gallbladder and absences of extrahepatic biliary system.