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Effect of heavy contrast media and gas on behaviour of abdominal
abdominal and thoracic abdominal cavity abdominal contents abdominal oesophagus AKTIEBOLAG alginic acid barium contrast medium barium meal barium suspension barium swallow clinical closing mechanism compress the neck constant abdominal compression constricted contrast medium Density diagnosis diaphragm empty segment erect position Esophagoscopy EXAMINATION FOR HIATUS Ferring A.B. filled with water gastric contents gastro-oesophageal reflux head-down position heavy contrast media HERNIA AND GASTRO-CESOPHAGEAL hiatus hernia hole hydrostatic pressure increased peritoneo-pleural pressure inside the container intestinal gas intra-oesophageal pressure intraluminal pressure intrapleural pressure light contrast medium lower oesophagus lumen oesophageal hiatus oesophago-gastric tract partly filled Patient examined patients with hiatus peritoneo-pleural pressure difference pH recordings plug pneumoperitoneum present investigation pressure and pH pressure within jacket regurgitation right side slightly roentgen examination Roentgen-diagnostic roentgenogram rubber wall SANDMARK side slightly elevated small hernia sodium alginate sphincter stomach stomach wall supine position SYDSVENSKA DAGBLADETS thereby prevent thoracic cavities top of container viscera viscous wedges