enteroclysis


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enteroclysis

 [en″ter-ok´lĭ-sis]
the injection of liquids into the intestine.

en·ter·o·cly·sis

(en'tĕr-ō-klī'sis), Do not confuse this word with enterocleisis.
1. Synonym(s): high enema
2. In radiography of the small intestine, filling by introduction of contrast medium through a catheter advanced into the duodenum or jejunum from above.
[entero- + G. klysis, a washing out]

enteroclysis

/en·ter·oc·ly·sis/ (en″ter-ok´lĭ-sis) the injection of liquids into the intestine.

enteroclysis

[en′tərok′lisis]
a radiographic procedure in which a contrast medium is injected into the duodenum to permit examination of the small intestine. To improve visualization of the bowel wall, air is sometimes injected into the small intestine after the contrast medium has reached the cecum.

en·ter·o·cly·sis

(en'tĕr-ō-klī'sis)
1. Synonym(s): high enema.
2. In radiography of the small intestine, filling by introduction of contrast medium through a catheter advanced into the duodenum or jejunum from above.
[entero- + G. klysis, a washing out]

enteroclysis

the injection of liquids into the intestine.
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Quality, clinical influence and tolerance of computed tomography enteroclysis in patients with suspected small bowel disease.
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TORONTO -- Magnetic resonance imaging accurately assessed the status of nine patients with Crohn's disease without the radiation exposure or invasive introduction of contrast that is required by enteroclysis.
In the early development of MRE, others proposed routinely using enteroclysis via a nasojejunal tube to administer intra-luminal contrast for superior small-bowel distension.
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While in the hospital, her extensive GI evaluation included colonoscopy, EGD, tagged RBC scan, small bowel enteroclysis, and capsular endoscopy, all of which failed to elucidate the source of bleeding.
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