Title: Rare Case of Mirizzi Syndrome in a Normal Young Adult
Authors: Dr Vinaya K Ambore, Dr Ali Zaid Anwar, Dr Srinivas Ram, Dr Pranav Mehrotra, Dr Rahul Ashok Mishra, Dr Avinash V Gonnade , Dr Hemant Muktaram Jawale, Dr Akshat Awdhesh Kumar Mishra
Mirizzi Syndrome not a cup of tea.
It is defined as common hepatic duct obstruction/common bile duct caused by extrinsic compression from an impacted stone in the cystic duct or infundibulum of the gallbladder or by/or inflammation by impacted gallstone.
Mirizzi syndrome is usually seen in patients of middle age having a range of symptoms from no symptoms to severe cholangitis. As being difficult to diagnose preoperatively, it had lead to damage to the common bile duct intraoperatively during laparoscopic surgery.
Hence to diagnose a patient with mirizzi syndrome has been a challenging task from all times. It is difficult to manage even after having availability of many modalities to diagnose that is Ultrasound, Computed tomography, Magnetic Resonance Cholangio Pancreatography and Endoscopic Retrograde cholangiopancreatography.
The syndrome has been diagnosed many of the times intraoperatively.
Keywords: Mirizzi syndrome , young adult,