contrast medium

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a substance that is opaque to x-rays

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This tender is to establish a framework agreement for the supply of X-Ray Contrast Media and Associated Products.
Low osmolar contrast media (LOCM) have undergone further evolution with increased hydroxyl groups replacing carboxyl groups for additional solubility in water.
Contrast media are primarily used during medical imaging examinations with x-rays, computed tomography scans and magnetic resonance imaging, either to highlight specific anatomical structures or to perform functional imaging.
They suggested that decreased NO may explain vasoconstriction and ARF by contrast media use.
Numerous studies over the past 30 years have failed to find any special relationship between seafood allergy and adverse reactions to radiologic contrast media (RCM).
In the past, the best way to find a perforation in the bowel was to administer oral or rectal contrast media, then watch to see if and where the contrast media leaked from the bowel.
During myelography, physiologic alterations have been associated with meningeal or nerve-root irritation attributed to water-soluble contrast media.
Since 1987, the two companies have joined hands in the field of contrast media, which have led Daiichi Pharmaceutical to distribute several contrast media provided by GE Healthcare including Omniscan in Japan.
We investigated the influence of iodinated contrast media on gel barrier formation in PST II and SST II tubes.
The positive sign for tracheoesophageal fistula is the passage of the contrast media from the esophagus to the trachea, with or without delineation of the fistulous communication.
The introduction of nonionic contrast media about a decade ago caused a furor in the radiology community that continues today.