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Digestive Imaging Tests Center

Imaging tests may be performed with external devices (e.g., MRI) or use body openings to insert imaging devices to view part of the digestive system (e.g., endoscopy, colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy, proctoscopy and cystoscopy). Upper GI series or lower GI series (including barium enema) use barium to help physicians see how liquids and solids move through the digestive system.

Live Well with Ulcerative Colitis
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Ulcerative colitis symptoms may include pain, fatigue and weight loss. Use these tips to prevent flare-ups:


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