MULTI-SEPTATE GALLBLADDER, A RARE ANOMALY!
Multiseptate Gallbladder (MSG) is a congenital problem with varing clinical presentation. Its prevelance in peadriatic age group is much less as compared to adults, especially in females, making it a rare condition. Symptoms may be mild or severe, or patient may be completely asymptomatic, with incidental sonographic diagnosis. Exclusion of other associated conditions is also required. Its correct diagnosis is important, so that the patient can be observed for complications including possibility of carcinoma in rare instances. We report here a case of a female child, diagnosed as having Multiseptate gallbladder, at Hearts International Hospital, Rawalpindi, Pakistan . She is being regularly followed in opd.