Diagnosing and Monitoring Biliary Disorders
Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is used extensively in the evaluation of biliary tree anatomy, providing a non-invasive method for evaluating biliary disorders and increasing diagnostic confidence, while reducing the frequency of invasive procedures. However, MRCP is not quantitative, and an objective tool is needed.
Enhanced MRCP+ Analysis
MRCP+ offers objective quantitative analysis of biliary system combined with unrivalled 3D visualisation.
Our models allow precise measurements of bile duct widths at any part of the biliary tree. Potential strictures and dilatations are detected automatically and can be monitored over time.
MRCP+ supports historic data which means we can analyse existing longitudinal studies and compare time point data with new technology.
We are collaborating with major biliary centres on a variety of hepatobiliary diseases.
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