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An Approach to Communication
Biliary System and Gastrointestinal Tract
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24 hours 30 minutes abnormalities administered AFTERCARE anesthesia anesthetic anesthetic eye drops angiography antiseptic solution artery barium biopsy bladder bronchoscope carotid catheter cedure cisternal puncture cleansed Clin Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center contrast material contrast medium cornea Courtesy Cystoscope determined dilatation discomfort drapes electrodes endoscope ensure EQUIPMENT examination fiberoptic films are taken fluid fluorescein fluoroscopic fluoroscopy unit gallbladder gamma camera head headache hematoma inserted instilled intravenous lesions liver LOCATION Radiology department lumbar or cisternal lumbar puncture lungs muscle myelography nausea necessary needle normal obtained oscilloscope pain patient is asked patient is placed patient may experience PATIENT SENSATIONS performed PERSONNEL Physician PERSONNEL Radiologist physician's office Premedication PREPARATION pressure radiation Radiologist and technician Radiology radiopharmaceutical rectilinear scanner removed renal scan skin slit lamp spinal Spot films sterile subarachnoid space supine position TECHNIQUE tion tissue tonometer transducer ultrasonography urinary usually vessel vital signs void x-ray x-ray table