Chemotherapy induced cholangitis

Chemotherapy induced cholangitis is caused when intra-arterial chemotherapy is introduced to treat liver metastases. This causes strictures of the common hepatic duct and main ducts, but spares distal and proximal (i.e. common bile duct and intrahepatic ducts). 

Radiographic features

Gallbladder and biliary tract pathology
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rID: 1104
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Chemotherapy induced sclerosing cholangitis

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