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Injection of 1-2 ml metoclopramide (see fig. 22). 5 . The routine use of aircontrast technique only If aircontrast films are wanted then, even in case of hypomotility, not more than about 600 ml contrast fluid must be administered. The cecum must also be reached with only this amount before air insufflation can begin. This is often time consuming, so that the examination can no longer be considered as short. Because the amount of contrast fluid is limited, prestenotic dilatations, especially in the distal intestine, will seldom or never develop.
V. injection of 1-2 ml metoclopramide (see fig. 22). 5 . The routine use of aircontrast technique only If aircontrast films are wanted then, even in case of hypomotility, not more than about 600 ml contrast fluid must be administered. The cecum must also be reached with only this amount before air insufflation can begin. This is often time consuming, so that the examination can no longer be considered as short. Because the amount of contrast fluid is limited, prestenotic dilatations, especially in the distal intestine, will seldom or never develop.
During a conventional transit examination, the diameter of the contrast column in the distal ileum depends partly on the degree of increased viscosity of the contrast fluid, which in turn is determined by the duration of the examination. At the transition between jejunum and ileum, the diameter of the intestinal lumen differs only slightly from the standard values for a conventional transit examination. Of course with a greater flow rate, an increased amount of contrast medium or transit retarding 40 Fig.