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Pancreatic Imaging: Current Techniques

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The invaluable Special Report Pancreatic Imaging: Current Techniques, tells you what you need to know about better abdominal imaging using the latest technology.

In this special report you will learn about:

  • Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP), what it is and how it works;
  • The major applications of MRCP in reference to abdominal imaging;
  • How MRCP compares with Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) in terms of procedure;
  • The pros and cons of MRCP compared with ERCP;
  • The barriers to using MRCP, and how they are currently being resolved;
  • How MRCP compares with ERCP in terms of safety;
  • How MRCP compares with ERCP in terms of imaging quality;
  • How MRCP compared with ERCP in terms of visualization;
  • How to use MRCP;
  • How to deal with artifacts;
  • MCRP terms of acquisition and display ;
  • Recommended MRCP protocols;
  • Major applications of MRCP;
  • What patients are ideal candidates for MRCP;
  • How does MRCP compare with ERCP and other abdominal imaging in terms of detection of:
    • Ductal anatomy
    • Gallstones
    • Tumors
    • Pancreatitis
    • Sclerosing cholangitis
    • Mucinous ductal ectasia
    • IPMT
    • strictures
    • Biliary maljunction
    • Biliary variants
    • Duct variants
  • The limitations of MRCP

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With kind regards,

Don Deye, M.D.
Medical Director