A simple, innocuous and effective method for cleansing the large bowel without enemas
radical cleansing of the colon with thorough removal of fecal matter without cleansing enemas;
no major distress for the patient: this is a very important point when the aim is to allow the patient to carry out his/her normal activities until the DCBE examination;
normal calorie diet: very important, especially in patients who have to undergo several diagnostic examinations within a short period of time;
simple and accurate instructions comprehensible to the patient;
simplification of the work of physicians and paramedics in charge of the examination.
KeywordsMagnesium Sulfate Abdominal Cramp Calcium Salt Double Contrast Barium Enema Magnesium Citrate
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