Gastrointestinal Imaging and Radiology

For the purpose of taking pictures of the stomach, throat, digestive tract, and other elements of the stomach-related structure, gastrointestinal radiology, or GI Imaging, uses a barium-based distinct texture and a state of continual x-beam known as fluoroscopy. It is safe, non-invasive, and may be accustomed to help utterly destructive reflux, examine pain, blood in the stool, & other adverse symptoms. Despite the widespread use of fiberoptic endoscopy, barium examinations of the gastrointestinal system, enteroclysis for the evaluation of the small bowel, and traditional radiography still have a place in medicine.

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