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Do you have to swallow an endoscope during modified barium swallow search?

You do not have to swallow an endoscope during a Modified Barium Swallow study, search or test. You consume a small amount of barium-laced liquid, pudding and a cookie. As y (MORE)
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What is barium swallow?

It's a fluid which has barium in it - Barium is radioactive, and shows up on X-rays. The barium 'meal' (as it's also called) is used by doctors to observe the passages of flui (MORE)

Why is a Modified Barium Swallow test done for cva patient?

A MBS is done to a patient that has had a stroke/CVA to see if there is a swallowing problem. Stroke patients often have speaking problems due to cranial nerve fallout. These (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What is a swallow?

A swallow: - is a bird. Swallows are colorful, acrobatic flyers that catch insects on the wing. There are many species, among them the barn and tree swallows. The purple ma (MORE)
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What is a barium enema?

  A barium enema, also known as a lower GI (gastrointestinal) exam, is a test that uses x-ray examination to view the large intestine. There are two types of this test: th (MORE)