They detail how to perform and interpret all types of procedures for each part of the gastrointestinal and genitourinary tracts, including the modified barium swallow, videoflouroscopic pharyngography, double and single-contrast esophagography and upper GI exams, small bowel follow throughs, enteroclysis, double and single-contrast barium enemas, evacuation proctography, and all types of postoperative GI studies, as well as retrograde urethrography, voiding cystography, and retrograde pyeloureterography.
What does BAE stand for?
BAE stands for Barium Enema (medical procedure)
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Diagnosis and treatment Early on a barium enema will reveal the obstruction and often actually treats the condition as the pressure applied when the enema is introduced can push the prolapsed segment back into place.
61,62) Apple core sign The "apple core sign" was first described in barium enema examinations of the colon.
An earlier inquest into Mrs Wise's death heard she suffered a cardiac arrest and died after undergoing a routine barium enema procedure at the hospital.
Mrs Wise, 67, of Alvingham, Lincs, died after having a routine barium enema.
A wide variety of methods with varying screening intervals are available for screening adults aged 50 and older, including annual FOBT (guaiac or immunochemical), flexible sigmoidoscopy, or double-contrast barium enema every 5 years, and colonoscopy every 10 years.
For both genders, screening for colorectal cancer should begin at 50 using colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, barium enema, or fecal testing.
Where this method was not successful a barium enema would be used.