Why You Need Colonic Irrigation

The intestinal irrigation (irrigoskooppi) is a method for determining the intestinal pathologies. This state-of-the-art method for diagnosing colon status allows for early detection of possible illnesses and prompt treatment.

What is Irrography?

Irrigography or colonic irrigation chiang mai is a diagnostic method that uses X-ray contrast media. The only difference between the two concepts is that the irrigoscope is the name of the whole procedure, and irrigology is the process of performing X-rays (irrigograms) during diagnostics.

What an X-ray looks like

Colon contrast radiography allows:

  • general body condition, shape, bends and position
  • wall contraction, colonic movement
  • elasticity and reach of body walls
  • intestinal snow diameter
  • mucosal integrity

Function of the ileocecal valve (the structure of the intestine, which usually allows the mass of faeces in one direction).

What is different from colonoscopy

Colonoscopy is an intestinal examination with a long, flexible, illuminated probe, video camera and special forceps at the end.

Colonic irrigation is different from the available colonoscopy twist:

  • Irrigography is less traumatic and less likely to lead to complications. This method is gentle and painless.
  • Irrigografian colonoscopy allows you to see the areas that have not been available: the rear leveling off the mucosa of the colon bends in the region, in a complex in the large intestine.
  • Colonoscopy allows for biopsy of tissue pieces and removal of polyps during examination. It is not possible to take material during the irrigoscope.
  • Colonoscopy is usually prescribed after an irrigoscope if malignant tumors are suspected.

Indications and contraindications

The main characters of the colon X-ray research:

  • anal bleeding
  • mucosal or putrid eruption
  • anal or rectal pain
  • chronic stool disorders (constipation or diarrhea).
  • Irrigografia is provided for the development of colon disorders and diseases and for the diagnosis of:
  • tumors of various etiologies
  • invoices and adhesives
  • fistulas
  • diverticula
  • Crohn’s disease
  • ulcerative colitis (NUC).

In most cases, the irrigoscope examination method was adopted if there were contraindications to colonoscopy. However, the contrast fluoroscope method, which is quite safe and informative, has several contraindications.

Thus, irrigation is not indicated for the patient if:

  • pregnancy
  • patient’s serious condition
  • ripping the intestinal wall
  • toxic megacolone
  • cardiovascular pathologies
  • swelling of the brain.

If ulcerative colitis or diverticulitis is suspected, the procedure should be performed very carefully to ensure that the integrity of the intestinal wall is not disturbed.

Features of pediatric diagnosis

There are some differences in the diagnosis of the colon in children than in adults:

The difference is in contrast agent dosages and device types. Two days before the test, they give the child plenty of water to drink, and at night, before the diagnosis, they put a number more. In an emergency, the irrigoscope is determined for newborn intestinal obstruction. If the gut is the invagination, then straightening straightens colonic during the procedure under pressure. Thus, the irrigoscope is also therapeutic.

Because it is difficult for a child to prepare for irrigography, it is only done when absolutely necessary. Usually, doctors choose diagnostic methods that are gentler on the child’s mind.

Kenneth Bennett

Atticus Bennett: Atticus, a sports nutritionist, provides dietary advice for athletes, tips for muscle recovery, and nutrition plans to support peak performance.