Definition: secondary sclerosing cholangitis

Secondary sclerosing cholangitis is a mimic of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) in its biochemical profile, radiographic appearance and clinical behavior.  Instead of being primarily immune mediated, it occurs as a secondary reaction to an insult like infection, ischemia, surgical complications or a reaction to contrast dye.

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