Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance cholangiography using mangafodipir compared with standard t2w mrc sequences: a pictorial essay
Houston, J. Graeme
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Sheppard, Declan; Allan, Lynsay; Martin, Pat; McLeay, Trudy; Milne, Wendy; Houston, J. Graeme (2004). Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance cholangiography using mangafodipir compared with standard t2w mrc sequences: a pictorial essay. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 20 (2), 256-263
Mangafodipir, a manganese-containing hepatobiliary contrast agent, is excreted in bile. We review the principles and practice of a contrast-enhanced MRC technique using mangafodipir and compare it with standard T2-weighted magnetic resonance cholangiography (MRC) sequences. Potential applications include the evaluation of leaks and strictures; the assessment of drainage in normal, surgically by-passed, stented and obstructed biliary systems; the diagnosis of cholecystitis; and the evaluation of normal and variant biliary anatomy.
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