Animation - Understanding ERCP

This animation describes Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), which is an endoscopic procedure used to examine and treat a specific finding within either the pancreatic duct or biliary tree (bile duct). This procedure helps your doctor make critical decisions concerning your health.
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Animation - Understanding ERCP
1. Animation - Understanding ERCP
Expert Video - What is endoscopy?
2. Expert Video - What is endoscopy?
Expert Video - What is ERCP?
3. Expert Video - What is ERCP?
Expert Video - When is ERCP used?
4. Expert Video - When is ERCP used?
Expert Video - How should patients prepare for an ERCP?
5. Expert Video - How should patients prepare for an ERCP?
Expert Video - What follow-up care is required after an ERCP?
6. Expert Video - What follow-up care is required after an ERCP?
Expert Video - How is an ERCP performed?
7. Expert Video - How is an ERCP performed?
Expert Video - What are the risks of ERCP?
8. Expert Video - What are the risks of ERCP?
Expert Video - What are the benefits of ERCP?
9. Expert Video - What are the benefits of ERCP?
Slide Show - Understanding ERCP
10. Slide Show - Understanding ERCP

This educational activity has been developed by: The National Pancreas Foundation and Mechanisms in Medicine Inc.

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