Small bowel MRI enteroclysis or follow through: which is optimal?

@article{Lawrance2009SmallBM,
  title={Small bowel MRI enteroclysis or follow through: which is optimal?},
  author={Ian Craig Lawrance and Christopher John Welman and Peter J. Shipman and Kevin Murray},
  journal={World journal of gastroenterology},
  year={2009},
  volume={15 42},
  pages={
          5300-6
        }
}
AIM To determine if a nasojejunal tube (NJT) is required for optimal examination of enteroclysis and if patients can be examined only in the supine position. METHODS Data were collected from all patients undergoing small bowel (SB) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examination over a 32-mo period. Patients either underwent a magnetic resonance (MR) follow-through (MRFT) or a MR enteroclysis (MRE) in the supine position. The quality of proximal and distal SB distension as well as the presence… CONTINUE READING

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