ethiodized oil

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ethiodized oil

 
an iodinated oil used as a radiopaque x-ray contrast medium in various diagnostic procedures.
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eth·i·o·dized oil

(eth-ī'ō-dīzd oyl),
A radiopaque medium formerly used for lympangiography and hysterosalpingography.
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Semiautomated segmentation for volumetric analysis of intratumoral ethiodol uptake and subsequent tumor necrosis after chemoembolization.
Catheterization and embolization materials used included flow-guided microcatheters (Spinnaker, Boston Scientific; Regatta, Cordis; Magic, Balt), steerable micro wires (0.035mm) (Trasend, Boston Scientific; Sorcerer, Bali; Agility, Cordis, Mirage, MTI), guide/envoy catheters (5Fr and 6Fr) (Envoy, Cordis), sheath introducers (5Fr) (Cordis), embolization particles (Trufill), coils (GDC and Berenstein liquid coils, Boston Scientific), histoacryl (Braun), NBCA (Cordis), Onyx (MTI) and Ethiodol (Cordis Neurovascular) adhesives.