Translation of enema in Spanish:

enema

enema, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛnɪmə//ˈɛnəmə/

noun

  • 1

    enema masculine
    • Barium enema, like colonoscopy, examines the whole colon and rectum, and, although it is cheaper and has a lower complication rate than colonoscopy, it is invasive and requires full bowel preparation.
    • Colonoscopy is preferable to a barium enema because it allows for the biopsy and removal of lesions.
    • During a barium enema, a liquid mixture containing barium is given through a catheter tube into the child's rectum, and special X-rays are taken.
    • For this test, you are given an enema with a liquid that makes your colon show up on an x-ray.
    • No further deaths have been reported after procedures requiring barium enemas.
    • Before some types of X-rays, such as a barium enema, you're given a liquid called contrast medium, or a dye.
    • A barium enema is a procedure, done through a special x-ray, for examining the large bowel.
    • After a course of antibiotics I was to undergo a barium enema to check this diagnosis.
    • Other tests include stool testing and X-rays of the bowel, taken after a barium enema.
    • The pouches may be noticed during a barium enema, when a liquid is inserted into the intestine through the anus and an X-ray of the abdomen is taken.
    • A barium enema was performed preoperatively to define the anatomy of the duplicated colon, and it showed complete colonic duplication.