Judicious writers have always practised this art of contrast with great success.
To say the truth, these soporific parts are so many scenes of serious artfully interwoven, in order to contrast and set off the rest; and this is the true meaning of a late facetious writer, who told the public that whenever he was dull they might be assured there was a design in it.
They were a thousand years old when this church was new, and then the contrast must have been ghastly--if Justinian's architects did not trim them any.
It was a wild masquerade of all imaginable costumes--every struggling throng in every street was a dissolving view of stunning contrasts.
It's a striking contrast
to your noble and virtuous attachment--a vile contrast
The city of contrasts
: north and south, east and west, the city of social contrasts
Scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a novel nanodiamond-based contrast
agent - a chemical "dye" used to enhance the visibility of internal body structures in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - that improves visualisation of liver cancer tumours.
static test was performed using Metrovision MonPack 3 vision monitor system after measuring pupil diameter.
The report analyzes the contrast
media market at the category (CT, MRI, and ultrasound) and subcategory (ionic, non-ionic, barium, paramagnetic and superparamagnetic) levels, highlighting trends and issues affecting the utilization, volume, and value of contrast
media at a country level.
The pathogenesis of contrast
induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI) after contrast
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) (2016) states "extravasation of contrast
material into the subcutaneous tissues is uncommon, occurring in less than 1 per cent of intravenous injections.
Covidien's Optivantage dual-head contrast
injector for CT was launched in 2012 which uses a radio-frequency identification (RFID) enabled system.
Over the years, the contrast
agents market has witnessed various advancements in products and their approvals to meet the needs of patients and radiologists worldwide.
agents were developed in the 1920s.
agents absorb X-rays more strongly than the organ being examined and appear radiopaque on fluoroscopy.