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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 11: (a) The cystic duct terminates at the right wall of the hepatic duct. The proper hepatic artery runs on the left side of CHD and usually divides into the right hepatic artery and left hepatic artery above the union of CHD and CD (b) In this case, the CD is seen joining the right aspect of CHD and the proper hepatic artery is seen on the left side of the CHD and CD. Both the structures lie anterior to the PV (c) When the CHD is followed up, it divides into the RHD and left hepatic duct and this bifurcation generally lies in front of the right branch of the PV. As the echoendoscope is rotated counterclockwise, the PV is followed up to its bifurcation and the RPV is seen on the right side of the screen

Figure 11: (a) The cystic duct terminates at the right wall of the hepatic duct. The proper hepatic artery runs on the left side of CHD and usually divides into the right hepatic artery and left hepatic artery above the union of CHD and CD (b) In this case, the CD is seen joining the right aspect of CHD and the proper hepatic artery is seen on the left side of the CHD and CD. Both the structures lie anterior to the PV (c) When the CHD is followed up, it divides into the RHD and left hepatic duct and this bifurcation generally lies in front of the right branch of the PV. As the echoendoscope is rotated counterclockwise, the PV is followed up to its bifurcation and the RPV is seen on the right side of the screen