neck of gallbladder

neck of gall·blad·der

the narrow portion between the body of the gallbladder and beginning of the cystic duct.
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Endoloop (12), endosuturing of stump (6) and ligation of neck of gallbladder (3).
Multiple stones were also found in gallbladder and a small one was incarcerated in the neck of gallbladder. Then an cholecystotomy and adhesiolysis was performed.
[1] Sometimes the neck of gallbladder at its junction with the body, has a small pouch (Hartmann's pouch) projecting from its posteromedial wall towards the superior part of the duodenum.
Surgical finding was empyema of gallbladder with single stone in the neck of gallbladder. Cholecystectomy was done.