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What are all the long-term complications of sclerosing cholangitis ?

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Dr. Barry Rosen
General Surgery 35 years experience
Liver Failure: Psc (primary sclerosing cholangitis) is a progressive liver disorder that inevitably leads to liver failure. Affected people are potential candidates for liver transplantation, provided that there is no associated cancer present.

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