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Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D.
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Place tip in rectum and start barium
Turn patient to left lateral, then LPO, then supine, then RPO, then prone
Take 3 spots without compression:
Left lateral - rectum
Deep LPO - rectosigmoid
Mid LPO - sigmoid
Take 3 spots with compression:
RPO - splenic flexure
LPO - hepatic flexure
AP - ileocecal valve and cecum
AP - ileocecal valve without compression
Overheads - PA (prone), butterfly, post evacuation
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