Hampton technique

Hamp·ton tech·nique

(hamp'tŏn),
obsolete term for atraumatic fluoroscopic examination of the upper gastrointestinal tract in peptic ulcer disease with acute hemorrhage; does not involve palpation.

Hampton technique

An obsolete fluoroscopic method for evaluating the upper gastrointestinal tract in peptic ulcer disease.

Hampton,

Aubrey Otis, U.S. radiologist, 1900-1955.
Hampton hump - a juxtapleural pulmonary soft tissue density on a chest x-ray, described as a manifestation of pulmonary infarction.
Hampton line - a thin radiolucent band across the neck of a contrast-filled benign gastric ulcer, indicating mucosal edema.
Hampton maneuver - rolling a supine patient to the right and then left side to obtain an air contrast x-ray in gastrointestinal fluoroscopy.
Hampton technique - obsolete term for atraumatic, nonpalpation, fluoroscopic examination of the upper gastrointestinal tract in peptic ulcer disease with acute hemorrhage.
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