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Case Report

Description of the First Case of Adenomyomatosis of the Gallbladder in an Infant

Table 1

Previous cases of adenomyomatosis of the gallbladder in children.

StudyOriginAge (years)SexSymptomUltrasonographyManagementType

(1) Alberti et al., 1998 [6].Italy5MaleAbdominal painEchogenic nodule was detected next to the neck.Laparoscopic cholecystectomyLocalized

(2) Cetinkursun et al., 2003 [7].Turkey6MaleAbdominal pain, fever and bile vomiting.A small and multiseptated gallbladder with thickened wall.Open cholecystectomyDiffuse

(3) Zani et al., 2005 [8].Italy5MaleAbdominal painMultiseptated gallbladder within the lumen.Open cholecystectomySegmental (annular type)

(4) Akçam et al., 2008 [1].Turkey9FemaleAbdominal painThickening of the wall of the gallbladder with echogenic areas parallel to the wall of gallbladder.Open cholecystectomyDiffuse (honeycomb)

(5) Our case, 2014.USA4 mFemaleIncidental finding Echoic foci within gallbladder wall.ObservationLocalized

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