The techniques of radiological examination of the small bowel are considered.
The importance of the routine barium meal and follow-through examination is stressed.
The vast majority of lesions present a diagnostic problem in interpretation rather than in detection.
Some examples of small bowel pathology are discussed and the need for interpretation in the light of the clinical picture is emphasized.
Important radiological signs to be appreciated are considered.
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