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A randomised controlled trial to establish the clinical and cost effectiveness of expectant management versus pre-operative imaging with MRCP in patients with symptomatic gallstones undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy at low or moderate risk of common bile duct stones: The Sunflower Study

Project title: A randomised controlled trial to establish the clinical and cost effectiveness of expectant management versus pre-operative imaging with MRCP in patients with symptomatic gallstones undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy at low or moderate risk of common bile duct stones: The Sunflower Study

Call to action: 16/142 16/142 The role of bile duct imaging in gallbladder surgery

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Giles ToogoodORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-4535-6249

Contractor: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Cost: £2,857,515.00

Co-investigators: Dr J Ashley Guthrie, Dr Kerry Avery, Dr Lucy Culliford, Dr Marcus Jepson, Dr Raneem Albazaz, Miss Natalie Blencowe, Mr Ewen Griffiths, Mr Ian Beckingham, Mr Neil Jennings, Mr Ravinder Vohra, Mrs Elizabeth Booth, Professor Barnaby Reeves, Professor Chris Rogers, Professor Jane Blazeby, Professor William Hollingworth.

Started: June 2018 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 10378861

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