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Barium swallow was performed in 63% and modified barium swallow in 37%.
This should have included a barium swallow (an x-ray taken while you are drinking a special fluid to show your gullet working) and an endoscopy, which involves passing a small camera into the stomach.
The patient was diagnosed with achalasia by upper endoscopy, barium swallow, and manometry which revealed no peristaltic activity of the esophagus and non-relaxation of the LES.
A modified barium swallow study was performed to evaluate for aspiration.
Many patients are completely asymptomatic after barium swallow, and in these cases, no intervention is required (2).
The patient completed a modified barium swallow study, which showed an "odd" trajectory of the hyoid with hyolaryngeal elevation during the swallow.
Barium swallow tests in the perioperative period showed dilatation of the lower oesophagus, which recovered to almost normal within 4 years (Fig.
This study can frequently be used in lieu of the hospital based Modified Barium Swallow (MBS) study.
Barium swallow, manometric examinations and intra-oesophageal pH monitoring may provide supporting evidence; however, the definitive diagnosis requires endoscopy and biopsy specifically of the area above the LOS.
Kyle's oncologist first ordered a barium swallow x-ray, then a chest MRI and thoracic CT scan to determine which type of cancer he had.
When screening indicated possible dysphagia, assessment via modified barium swallow was also carried out to assist in treatment decisions.
The following tests were performed: barium swallow, barium meal, barium enema, hexabrix swallow, gastrografin meal, voiding cystourethrogram, fistulogram, myelogram, nephrostomy and loopogram.