ERCP(Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatography) An endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatogram (ERCP) test checks the tubes (channels) that deplete the liver and pancreas.This tube contains a camera with it. An adaptable, lit endoscope and X-beam pictures are utilized. The endoscope is put through the mouth and delicately moved down the throat. It goes into your throat, stomach, and duodenum until it accomplishes the point where the courses from the pancreas and gallbladder exhaust into the duodenum.This is observed on a screen. ERCP can treat certain issues found amid the test. Sometimes, your specialist can embed little devices through the endoscope ERCP is done to: Check enduring midsection agony or jaundice. Discover gallstones or ailments of the liver, bile conduits, or pancreas. Expel gallstones from the regular bile pipe in the event that they are bringing on issues. These may incorporate a blockage (impediment), irritation or contamination of the basic bile conduit (cholangitis), or pancreatitis. Open a limited bile pipe or embed a deplete. Get a tissue test for further testing (biopsy). Measure the weight inside the bile channels (manometry).