iopanoic acid


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iopanoic acid

 [i″o-pah-no´ik]
an iodinated radiopaque medium used in oral cholecystography and cholangiography.

i·o·pa·no·ic ac·id

(ī'ō-pa-nō'ik as'id),
A water-insoluble radiographic contrast medium, formerly used widely for oral cholecystography.
Synonym(s): iodopanoic acid

iopanoic acid

A contrast medium used to assist in X-ray examination. A brand name is Telepaque. The drug is on the WHO official list.
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In case of progressive deterioration, where restoration of euthyroid status is essential, a short course of iopanoic acid followed by surgical removal of the gland should be considered.
Cosci et al., "Treatment of type II amiodarone-induced thyrotoxicosis by either iopanoic acid or glucocorticoids: a prospective, randomized study," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.
Iopanoic acid, a potent 5'-deiodinase inhibitor, is one of several agents used to manage AIT preoperatively, and it is in many respects one of the more well-suited.