MRI of liver and pancreas is important test to diagnose fatty liver disease, liver cancer and bile duct cancer. Should patients have MRCP or ERCP? Should MRCP always be done before ERCP?
When MRI of liver and pancreas after screening ultrasound is required? Top CT and MRI radiologist explains when patients benefit from imaging of liver, pancreas and biliary system.
MRI of liver and pancreas. MRCP vs. ERCP. How is liver cancer diagnosed? MRI and MRCP use in assessing chronic liver disease. Video interview with top expert in radiology, CT and MRI specialist. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the abdomen helps to diagnose primary and secondary liver cancer. MRI evaluation of fatty liver helps to quantify extent of liver injury. MRCP is used in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. MRCP can also preclude need to invasive ERCP test that requires hospital stay. MRI of liver can help in hepatic steatosis grading and NAFLD staging. Second opinion on MRCP results ensures that liver disease diagnosis is correct and complete.