iodized oil


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iodized oil

 
an iodine addition product of vegetable oil; used as a radiopaque contrast medium in various diagnostic procedures.

i·o·dized oil

(ī'ō-dīzd oyl),
An iodine addition product of vegetable oils, containing not less than 38% and not more than 42% of organically combined iodine; a radiopaque medium.

iodized oil

an iodine addition product of vegetable oil, used as a radiopaque contrast medium in various diagnostic procedures.
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Third, only the mixture of NBCA and iodized oil was used and did not use the other embolic materials (i.
In conclusion, TAE with the mixture of NBCA and iodized oil appears to be a safe and effective treatment method for patients with symptomatic PLD, especially for those who are not good candidates for surgical treatments, with improvement of hepatic volume and shrinkage of cysts volume.
1995) New model for describing urinary iodine excretion: its use for comparing different oral preparations of iodized oil, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61, 1257-1262.
Iodized oil, together with gelfoam particles (gelatin), was additionally used as the embolic agent.
In this case series, all the five patients underwent chemoembolization using iodized oil and gelfoam particles (gelatin).