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An upper gastrointestinal (GI) test uses X-rays to take pictures of the stomach and small bowel.
The test helps the doctor see how well these organs are working.
Before you come to the hospital, explain to your child what will happen. For young children, use simple words and explain only right before the test. Follow the eating and drinking instructions below. If your child is taking medicines ordered by a doctor, give them at the scheduled times.
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