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Double contrast barium enema

Double contrast barium enema

Double contrast barium enema: A double contrast barium enema is an X-ray of the large intestine, which includes the colon and rectum, using a contrast agent called barium sulfate to highlight the colon and rectum. Air is introduced into the colon after the barium sulfate to provide even better contrast and visualization of small colonic tumors.

Double contrast barium enema: Other Names

Other names for Double contrast barium enema include:

  • Air contrast barium enema (ACBE)
  • ACBE

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