Borden, A. G. Boreadis; Hermel, M. B.
November 1959
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Nov1959, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p573
Academic Journal
Presents information on the investigation of the presence of barium fecaliths in the rectosigmoid of patients following gastrointestinal radiography. Methods used for the investigation; Percentage of the patients that were examined that had completely expelled the barium mixture within a month after retention; Results of the investigation.


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