Intravenous Cholangiogram Index

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An intravenous cholangiogram (IVC) is an X-ray procedure that looks at the larger bile ducts within the liver and the bile ducts outside the liver. IVC can locate gallstones or find biliary obstructions. Risks of IVC include allergic reactions.

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