The preparation takes one day and is performed the day before CT colonography. It consists of three
main parts: 1) a low residue diet; 2) faecal tagging with barium; 3) mild cathartic cleansing (LeferE et al. 2005a). The preparation can be performed in an ambulatory manner without interrupting the normal daily activity and is routinely used at our department.
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