Definition of Cholangiography:

An imaging test that looks at the bile ducts to see if they are blocked, narrowed, or dilated.  Various techniques can be used, including non-invasive imaging, endoscopy, and X-ray after dye injection through a hollow needle.

Also: Cholangiogram

Topics Related to Cholangiography

Bile Duct Cancer

...the condition
“...In addition to a complete medical history and medical examination, diagnostic procedures for bile duct cancer may include ... Cholangiography – X-ray taken after contrast fluid had been injected...”

Gallbladder Cancer

...the condition
“...Imaging tests (X-ray, MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, cholangiogram, angiogram) can show suspicious growths such as cancer, blockage, narrowing or dilation of ducts, as well as whether it has spread...”
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