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Figure 2: (a) End of T-tube (arrow) seen projecting into de-roofed cyst cavity through the common bile duct. GB – Gallbladder.[4] (b) Gallbladder mobilized and opened longitudinally (arrow) against cyst cavity.[4] (c) Gallbladder sutured with the cyst wall using 2-0 interrupted vicryl suture (arrow).[4] (d) Cystocholecystostomy completed (white arrow) with T-tube in the common bile duct (black arrow).[4] (e) Line diagram showing ruptured hydatid cyst into the right hepatic duct.[4] (f) Line diagram showing mobilized gallbladder with cystocholecystostomy and T-tube in situ[4]

Figure 2: (a) End of T-tube (arrow) seen projecting into de-roofed cyst cavity through the common bile duct. GB – Gallbladder.<sup>[4]</sup> (b) Gallbladder mobilized and opened longitudinally (arrow) against cyst cavity.<sup>[4]</sup> (c) Gallbladder sutured with the cyst wall using 2-0 interrupted vicryl suture (arrow).<sup>[4]</sup> (d) Cystocholecystostomy completed (white arrow) with T-tube in the common bile duct (black arrow).<sup>[4]</sup> (e) Line diagram showing ruptured hydatid cyst into the right hepatic duct.<sup>[4]</sup> (f) Line diagram showing mobilized gallbladder with cystocholecystostomy and T-tube <i>in situ</i><sup>[4]</sup>