A test sometimes used to help diagnose cancer of the pancreas. During this test, a thin needle is put into the liver. Dye is injected into the bile ducts in the liver so that blockages can be seen on x-rays.
A procedure that involves injecting dye into the bile ducts with a needle that is passed through the liver so that gallstones can be seen on x-ray.
harmless dye is injected to the liver through the skin. An x-ray is taken showing if or where there are blockages in the bile ducts, which can indicate tumorous growth.
PTC is a procedure to X-ray the hepatic and common bile ducts. A dye or contrast medium is injected into the liver or bile duct, and the ducts are then X-rayed to find the point of obstruction. It is used to assist in the operation of percutaneous biliary drainage.
A study with x-rays of the bile ducts and gallbladder performed by placing a needle into the bile ducts. The needles originally inserted through the rib cage on the right side of the body. This is usually done by a radiologist.
A test sometimes used to help diagnose cancer of the pancreas. During this test, a thin needle is put into the liver. Dye is injected into the carrier), being developed as an alternative to blood transfusion during surgery, to reduce health risks associated with human blood.
x-ray of the gallbladder and bile ducts; a dye is injected through the abdomen to make the organs show up on the x-ray.
a needle is introduced through the skin and into the liver where the dye (contrast) is deposited and the bile duct structures can be viewed by x-ray.
Procedure to put in a stent (small tube) to open a blocked bile duct and relieve jaundice.
A procedure to x-ray the hepatic and common bile ducts. A contrasting agent is injected into the liver or bile duct, and the ducts are then x-rayed to find the point of obstruction. Also called PTC.