Dilated

A 17 year old girl presents with sharp pain in the right upper abdomen for 1 day, without radiation. Close questioning reveals a 3 year history of mild, intermittent pain in the same region.

There was no history of constitutional symptoms or weight loss, while her medical and surgical histories are unremarkable.

Her ECG, full blood count, ESR, C-Reactive Protein, urinalysis, and renal functions and electrolytes are all within normal parameters.

Select Relevant Investigations
Liver Profile

Performed

ALT: 151U/L (10-50)
AST: 182 U/L (10-50)
ALP: 180 U/L (40-125)
GGT: 302 U/L (5-55)
S. Bilirubin, Albumin, INR: normal
Ultrasound Abdomen

Performed

There is focal enlargement of the pancreatic head, along with a peripancreatic fluid collection. The common bile duct is dilated. A 5×4.5 cm cystic structure is seen in proximity to the distal common bile duct and head of the pancreas.
MRCP

Performed

MRCP reveals a fusiform dilatation of the common bile duct 5.2×7×4.5 cm in size, located slightly inferior to the origin of the cystic duct.
Serum Amylase + Lipase

Performed

Amylase: 512 U/L (<100)
Lipase: 270 U/L (10-140)

Select Relevant Management
Analgesics
High Protein Diet
Total Excision of Cyst
Roux-en-Y Hepaticojejunostomy