MRCP. This looks at bile and pancreatic ducts.
Look at liver. Mri is an excellent way to closely examine the gallbladder wall for the possible presence of polyps or other tissue growths. Additionally, MRI allows close examination of the reaction of the liver to any disease process that is occurring within the gallbladder. The more your physician can learn in a minimally invasive way, the fewer the surprises if surgery is required.
He was a heavy drinker for 30 years gave up drinking has been getting pains near his gall bladder...The doctors thought it was gall bladder its not. Mri show it's not his liver. Kaiser is his ins. Help?
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