iodipamide

iodipamide

 [i″o-dip´ah-mīd]
a radiopaque medium used in the form of its meglumine and sodium salts in cholangiography and cholecystography.
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CT cholangiography can be performed using iodipamide meglumine (Cholografin, Bracco).
Poly(D,L-lactide) microspheres [20] and iodipamide ethyl ester (IDE) particles [25] were previously reported to aggregate inside the body after intravenous injection.
Another method for visualizing the biliary tract is intravenous cholangiography (IVC), introduced in 1953.[4] This procedure used sodium or meglumine iodipamide as the contrast media.