Hi all. Has anyone who is post-liver transplant with their bile ducts not connected to the common bile duct but to your small bowel using a Rou-N-Y procedure, had to have a PERCUTANEOUS TRANSHEPATIC CHOLANGIOGRAM? After two recent MRCP’s they are suspecting a recurrence of my PSC liver disease. As they cannot go up through the common bile duct anymore they are going to have to use the PTC procedure through my side. There is a possibility that there is just a narrowing from scar tissue where the bile ducts hook up to my small bowel, but they are leaning more to recurrence of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis.
I’m wondering how the procedure went for you and what they were able to discover, correct, etc. as a result of the procedure. I am quite concerned as you can imagine but am taking this one day at a time. Thanks.