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    Your child and blood draws Spanish

    A blood draw is a way to collect blood for lab tests. The tests are done to check your child's health. Learn how the tests are done and how to help your child prepare.

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    Fecal occult blood test Spanish 1765

    Learn about how to do a fecal occult blood test.

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    23 hour pH impedence probe test 1012

    The 23 hour pH/Impedence Probe Test helps the doctor decide what treatment, if any, is needed for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), which is caused by stomach contents coming up into the esophagus.

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    23 hour pH impedence probe test (Spanish)

    The 23 hour pH/Impedence Probe Test helps the doctor decide what treatment, if any, is needed for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), which is caused by stomach contents coming up into the esophagus.

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    24 hour urine collection (Spanish)

    A 24-hour urine sample is done to check how much of a substance is in the urine. Learn how to safely collect the urine for this test.

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    24 hour urine collection 2015

    A 24-hour urine sample is done to check how much of a substance is in the urine. Learn how to safely collect the urine for this test.

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    Anal dilitation 1202

    Anal dilatations stretch the anus and keep it from getting smaller. Learn why this procedure may be necessary for your child.

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    Anal dilitation (Spanish)

    Anal dilatations stretch the anus and keep it from getting smaller. Learn why this procedure may be necessary for your child.

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    Antro-duodenal motility study (Spanish)

    The antrum is the last part of the stomach before it empties into the small intestine. The duodenum is the first part of the small intestine. This study measures how the muscles of the stomach and duodenum contract (get tighter). Learn how this study is done.

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    Antro-duodenal motility study 1615

    The antrum is the last part of the stomach before it empties into the small intestine. The duodenum is the first part of the small intestine. This study measures how the muscles of the stomach and duodenum contract (get tighter). Learn how this study is done.

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