radiopaque contrast

radiopaque contrast

Contrast dye Imaging A nonradioactive material that stops or attenuates radiation passing through the body, creating an outline on film of the organ(s) being examined; RCAs can produce adverse reactions–some may be severe and possibly life-threatening
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In conjunction, the company stated that the tagging residual material with radiopaque contrast during a CTC offers the benefit of differentiating true polyps versus stool and helps decrease the number of false positives.
A radiopaque contrast material (Diatrizoate meglumine) was passed into the nasolacrimal duct and its passage was recorded with a series of sequential radiographs.
The TFC RO elements are ideal for concentrating compounds with a molecular weight of 100 to 2,000 daltons such as antibiotics, radiopaque contrast agents and polypeptides.
Radetsky gave the "Stephen King Stranger Than Fiction Award" to the study "Nose Blowing Propels Nasal Fluid Into the Paranasal Sinuses," an analysis of CT scans chronicling the instillation of radiopaque contrast medium into the nasopharynx followed by vigorous nose blowing (Clin.
Tagitol, a radiopaque contrast medium, works by marking any stool remaining in the colon to distinguish it from surrounding tissue.