Anatomia e Fisiologia: Pesquisa Atual

Anatomia e Fisiologia: Pesquisa Atual
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ISSN: 2161-0940


Morphological Variations In Cadveric Gall Bladders


The study and research in the field of human anatomy has a fundamental relationship and a lot of contribution in the practice of medicine and in particular to surgery. The gall bladder is a pear-shaped pouch measuring 7×5×1 centimeter. It is situated in the right hypochondrium, in a shallow fossa on the quadrate lobe of liver. The fundus touches the anterior abdominal wall and continues with the body and the neck that narrows into cystic duct1. According to some eminent workers, a common pattern of variations may be