Your medical care How PSC and your symptoms are managed: treatments, complications, how to work with your medical team and situations requiring urgent care Medical professionals Guidelines for diagnosing and managing PSC EUROPE 2019 British Society of Gastroenterology and UK-PSC Guidelines. 2009 EASL Clinical Practice Guidelines: Management of cholestatic liver diseases. USA 2015 ACG Clinical Guideline: primary sclerosing cholangitis. USA 2010 AASLD Practice Guideline: Diagnosis and management of primary sclerosing cholangitis. UK-PSC Guidelines explained See also resources for your doctor Routine Care And Monitoring How your doctor will manage your condition using current clinical practice guidelines. Read More Symptom Management Symptom assessment and management in PSC. Read More Complications In PSC What are the possible complications of PSC? Read More Treatments For PSC Research into effective treatments for PSC is flourishing. Read More Tests And Procedures What are the different procedures and tests used to monitor and manage PSC? Read More Working With Your Doctor How to work with your medical team, access urgent care and manage your routine care. Read More When To Contact Your PSC Doctor When to contact your PSC doctor (non-routine situations). Read More Find A Specialist Hospitals in the UK with an interest in PSC or experience with PSC. Read More Bacterial Cholangitis Bacterial cholangitis and what to do if you think you have it. Read More PSC and COVID-19 Summary Get the latest COVID-19 information and support Get a PSC Alert Card Emergency cholangitis information for you and your doctors. Liver transplant for PSC Everything you need to know about having a liver transplant Fundraise We need your support now more than ever!