Luschka's duct | definition of Luschka's duct by Medical dictionary
One of the glandlike tubular structures occurring in the wall of the gallbladder, especially in the area covered with peritoneum.
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Pericholecystic biliary anomalies that are often overlooked at the time of laparoscopic cholecystectomy include both aberrant ducts and accessory ducts such as Luschka's duct
anomaly (a meshwork of small ducts that extend from the right lobe of the liver in the gallbladder fossa to the right hepatic or common hepatic duct).