Despite of decreasing incidence and prevalence tuberculous infection is still one of the top in death rate in the world.
Hepatic tuberculosis is a frequent health problem of patients with miliary tuberculosis, TBC of the liver only is
uncommon. It is not easy to diagnose, because of missing typical clinical manifestations and imaging examinations
do not often lead us to the right diagnose. In case report I describe the rare example of the patient with hepatic tuberculosis
likely iatrogenic caused by repeated ERCP in the past. Definitive diagnosis was determined after surgery
with biopsy and proper response to anti-tubercular drug therapy.