ACCESSORY LIVER A RARE FINDING: A CADAVERIC STUDY
The Accessory Liver is rarly found in the human body. If present it was usually asymptomatic and found incidentally at laparotomy or autopsy. Its misidentification as a pathologic mass led to surgery. In the present study the accessory liver was found while doing routine dissection of the abdomen. In the present study 21 human cadavers were dissected which were embalmed with 10% formalin and fixed. The purpose of study was to highlight the presence of accessory liver in the body and importance in the human body and to compare the study with studies done by other authors. This study gave ideas to the surgeons and physicians in their diagnosis and treatment.