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Water-soluble contrast media in radiography of small bowel obstruction. Comparison of ionic and non-ionic contrast media



Water-soluble contrast media in radiography of small bowel obstruction. Comparison of ionic and non-ionic contrast media



Acta Radiologica 29(1): 53-56



Fifty patients with possible gastrointestinal obstruction, referred for enteric follow-through examination, were randomized for a double-blind, parallel comparison of the hyperosmolar contrast medium Gastrografin and the low-osmolar Omnipaque. The result was that Omnipaque retained its radiographic density in the small bowel better than Gastrografin. Omnipaque was thus a better alternative than Gastrografin in follow-through examinations of intestinal obstruction. Also, 23 patients out of 28 with small bowel obstruction due to peritoneal adhesions, had spontaneous relief of symptoms during the observation period following contrast medium ingestion with no significant difference between the two media. This indicated that enteric follow-through procedures may have a therapeutic efficacy similar to the treatment of small bowel obstruction using nasogastric suction and gastrointestinal rest. Possible mechanisms for this action of the contrast media are discussed.

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DOI: 10.1177/028418518802900111


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