Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis: Interpreting your Tests

Oct 7, 2019 | Ethan McConkey, Moderator | @ethanmcconkey

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About 50 percent of patients with Primary Sclerosing Cholagnitis (PSC) have no symptoms. Yet, patients with PSC have abnormal laboratory tests, which fluctuate over time and even normalize at times. Understanding the meaning and significance of liver testing and other procedures in PSC is important for the empowered patient.

In this presentation, Andrea Gossard, NP, from Mayo Clinic discusses in detail the interpretation of laboratory and other tests, for the diagnosis and management of patients with PSC.

View the full presentation from Andrea Gossard.

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