The provider injects air or an X–ray dye, referred to as contrast, into the large intestine through an enema. She then watches the progression and effect on a blockage with an X–ray camera called a fluoroscope. The procedure flushes out an obstruction of the intestines or unfolds a portion of the intestine that has folded in on itself.
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