Dr M. Kashif Ul Ehsan, Rafiya Ali Athar, Hajra Tariq
Background: Congenital expansion of hepatic biliary tract is called choledochal cysts (CDC). For their identification, different inspections are required. Objective: For punctual settlement of surgical involvement, the kind of choledochal cyst by CT scan of the abdomen was determined. Methodology: This research was carried out at Mayo Hospital, Lahore (February 2017 to April 2018). We included the children of sixteen years of age in this research. It was basically a retrospective assessment by information of children identified with a choledochal cyst on CT scan. Results: Total patients enrolled for this research were thirty. The number of males and females was 21 (70%) and 9 (30%) respectively. On CT scan examination, these patients were identified with choledochal cyst. Type – II cyst was found in only one patient (3%). The patients with Type – IV cyst were 14 (47%) and patients with type – I CDC cyst was 15 patients. Type – III or Type – V cyst was not found in any patient. Conclusion: To present various kinds of choledochal cysts, a CT scan is a significant tool. Keywords: Cyst, Type I, Type II, Type III, Type IV, Hepatic, Biliary, CT Scan, CDC and Choledochal.