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X-ray Tests

The Language of Medicine-8th Edition-Ch 6

Lower gastrointestinal series (barium enema) xray images of the colon and rectum obtained after injection of barium into the rectum
Upper gastrointestinal series xray images of the esophagous, stomach, and small intestine obtained after administering barium by mouth
cholangiography xray examination of the biliary system performed after injection of contrast into the bile ducts
computed tomography (CT) imaging technique in which a series of xray films are obtained to visualize internal organs in multiple views including in cross section
abdominal ultrasonography Sound waves beamed into the abdomen produce an image of abdominal viscera
Created by: fergy