contrast material


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a substance that is opaque to x-rays

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Results: There were no significant differences in access time, compression time, the amount of contrast material used, number of catheters used as well as the time to ambulation between the two groups (p>0.
Overall GI transit time was defined as the time to presence of contrast material within the cloaca (Fig 1).
Paranasal sinus MRI revealed a mass lesion compatible with mucocele, which was observed to be hyperintense in T2-weighted images (AG) and hypointense in the T1 AG drooping into the right orbit with no contrast uptake following intravenous contrast material injection.
No injection of contrast material is required for this technique, providing advantages over traditional FA and ICGA.
Contrast media are divided into high-osmolar, low-osmolar and iso-osmolar contrast material.
The simple X-ray results of this test described the persistence of the contrast material (figure 2).
There was no evidence of contrast material extravasation from the esophageal lumen (Figure 1).
However, relative infrequency of serious reactions to intravenously administered contrast material, price and reimbursement issues and stringent regulatory approvals are major factors that can hinder the global digital subtraction angiography market growth over the forecast period.
2) With this method, a gadolinium-based contrast material is injected into a peripheral vein (typically an antecubital vein); image acquisition occurs when the contrast reaches the arterial system for the first time (first-pass circulation) after circulating through the right heart chambers, pulmonary circulation, and left heart chambers.
In urethrography the contrast material passed into urinary bladder through both normal and accessory urethral tracts (Figure-1B).
A thin accumulation of contrast material was seen around the mass.
In some cases, a contrast material, typically gadolinium, may be injected through an intravenous line into a vein in your hand or arm.
After the needle position was confirmed with the help of transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) images and contrast material injection, TSP was started to be performed with the Baylis RF generator device applying 10 W of energy for 2 seconds.
Currently, hepatic portal vein hypertension is diagnosed by measuring HVPG, an invasive and expensive test which requires local anaesthesia and the use of contrast material that may harm the kidneys, and exposes the patient to radiation.