Esophagram

Esophagram: A series of x-rays of the esophagus. The x-ray pictures are taken after the patient drinks a solution that coats and outlines the walls of the esophagus. Also called a barium swallow.
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esophagram

Type: Term Pronunciation: ĕ-sof′ă-gram Definitions: 1. A radiographic record of contrast esophagography or barium swallow. Synonyms: esophagogram
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esophagram

A series of x-ray pictures of the esophagus taken after a patient drinks a liquid containing barium sulfate (a form of the silver-white metallic element barium). The barium sulfate coats and outlines the inner wall of the esophagus so that it can be seen on the x-ray pictures. Also called contrast esophagram.
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