MRCP


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MRCP

(in Britain) abbreviation for
Member of the Royal College of Physicians
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MRCP showed a mass-occupying lesion in the hilar bifurcation, combined with proximal bile duct dilatation [Figure 1]a.
MRCP is considered the method of choice for suspected PPF.
MRCP was done in all patients at 6 and 12 months of follow up visits.
National Clinical Guidelines Center offers Distance learning resource, Online and on Paper, Practice papers for MRCP Examination.
No data on the experience of MRCP and its diagnostic accuracy is available in our country particularly in the paediatric population.
It should be supplemented with MRCP or endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) to detail biliary tract anatomy and its variations.
He said that with this decision physician not only from Pakistan but also from Afghanistan and other countries in Asia would be able to appear there MRCP exams in Pakistan.
The patients had undergone sonography of abdomen in radiology department and then MRCP study was conducted.
A consultant in general medicine has to pass a post-graduate medical examination, often the MRCP, before going on to specialise.
He graduated from King Edward Medical College in 1980, obtained MRCP (UK) from Royal College of Physicians London in 1986.
Debbie Anderson, manager of the Cleveland Centre and chairman of the MRCP Steering Group, said: "Middlesbrough is already a safe place to work, visit and shop but this scheme gives us that little bit extra.
NOVA Medical Center has announced the appointed Dr Dilip Singhvi (MD, MRCP A[degrees] UK) as a fullA[degrees]time consultant for internal medicine, with particular expertise in diaA[degrees]betes management, a press release said.