Intrahepatic Pancreatic Pseudocyst: Case Series

Intrahepatic pseudocyst is a very rare complication of pancreatitis. Lack of experience and literature makes diagnosis and management of intrahepatic pseudocyst very difficult. Majority of published cases were managed by either percutaneous or surgical drainage. Less than 30 cases of intrahepatic pseudocysts have been reported in the literature and there is not a single report of endoscopic ultrasound guided management of intrahepatic pseudocysts. Here we report a case series of 2 patients who presented with intrahepatic pseudocysts and out of which first case was successfully managed by EUS guided drainage. Our second case is also the youngest patient presented with intrahepatic pseudocyst till now.


Dhaval Gupta, Nirav Pipaliya, Nilesh Pandav, Kaivan Shah, Meghraj Ingle, Prabha Sawant

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