|mrcp contrast type||0.16||0.7||8315||42|
|mrcp contrast aki||1.32||0.3||3511||35|
|mrcp contrast or no contrast||0.86||0.5||5530||76|
|mrcp contrast agent||0.35||0.5||4991||3|
|mrcp contrast dye||0.24||0.7||2790||85|
|mrcp contrast needed||0.15||0.4||205||51|
|mrcp contrast dialysis||0.25||0.8||4405||39|
|non contrast mrcp||0.08||1||2119||14|
MRCP uses MRI technology. It is essentially an MRI scan, which uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to create pictures of tissues, organs and other structures inside your body, on a computer. Sometimes you may receive an injection of 'contrast' when you have this test. Contrast is a substance that enhances the MRI picture.Does MRCP use contrast dye?
Contrast medium (special dye that can highlight certain areas on scans) is not usually needed for MRCP. When contrast is given, it can be given intravenously (through a drip into a vein). Having an MRCP does not expose you to any radiation.Does MRCP have contrast?
Unlike conventional endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), MRCP does not require contrast material to be administered into the ductal system. Thus, the morbidity associated with endoscopic procedures and contrast materials is avoided.