You might have one or more of these tests to find out if a bile duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma) is causing your symptoms. Find out more about the tests.
Learn about having blood tests to diagnose bile duct cancer and what happens after.
This scan uses sound waves to look at your bile ducts, pancreas and liver. The doctor looks for cysts, stones, and signs of cancer.
You might have an endoscopic ultrasound. This test creates ultrasound pictures from the the inside of the body.
ERCP stands for endoscopic retrograde cholangio pancreatography. It can help to diagnose conditions of the liver, bile ducts, pancreas or gallbladder.
You may have a CT scan. Find out how you have it and what happens afterwards.
You might have an MRI scan, or a type of MRI called an MRCP. Find out how you have these scans.
Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography (PTC) is a type of x-ray to diagnose bile duct cancer.
Find out what a biopsy is, how you have it and what happens after your test to diagnose bile duct cancer.