This is not a diagnosis. Colostomy is a medical procedure. Please advise if the colostomy procedure was done by laparoscopy or not.
A series of enemas and/or oral preparations (GoLytely or Colyte) may be ordered to empty the bowel of stool.
There are no tests that can be done or can be diagnosed before birth.
A test done before to compare with later tests.
Yes you can. Colostomy bags are waterproof. Although, you should empty your bag before you go in the water.
Other tests that may be conducted are: computed tomography (CAT or CT) scan
It will depend on what surgery was done. If resection and anatomises of the bowel was done probably about 3 months. If a covering colostomy was done then it may be 6 months or more as a second operation will be necessary to close the colostomy
Only one test was done before using the bombs on Japan.
Typically, a rubella titer is done before the first pregnancy. Chickenpox titer may be done at this time, also. Sometimes these tests are required before getting certain types of work. It is not necessary to get these tests repeated; once is enough.
A colostomy is a medical operation done to a person to create a new way to excrete solid waste. The etiology of the word is a combination of things depending on the patient's health.
Definitely before 1939, because my Grandfather had one then.