iotrolan


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i·o·tro·lan

(ī-ō'trō-lan),
5,5'-[malonylbis(methylimino)]bis[N, N'-bis[2,3-dihydroxy-1-(hydroxymethyl)propyl]-2,4,6-triiodoisophthalamide]; a dimeric, nonionic, water-soluble, low osmolar radiographic contrast medium, used for myelography and other nonvascular applications.
Synonym(s): iotrol
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De ese trabajo de revision, se reportaron 6 casos de meningitis aseptica clinicamente evidentes despues del uso de iohexol (n = 3), iopamidol (n = 2) o iotrolan (n = 1) como medios de contraste para la realizacion de la mielografia [4-6,8-11].
Aseptic meningitis complicating iotrolan myelography.
Encephalopathy and rhabdomyolysis induced by iotrolan during epiduroscopy.
By creating nonionic dimeric compounds (iodixanol, iotrolan, and iosimenol), iso-osmolar CM (IOCM) were developed [32, 33].
In fact, early micropuncture studies in rats found that the IOCM, iotrolan, increased tubular pressure much more and decreased single nephron GFR much more as compared to the HOCM and LOCM studied [53, 54].
injection of the HOCM, iothalamate, with the IOCM, iotrolan, and found that outer medullary hypoperfusion was pronounced by iotrolan versus iothalamate [82].
Higashino et al., "Urine viscosity after injections of iotrolan or iomeprol," Acta Radiologica, vol.
Micropuncture studies in rats found that the IOCM, iotrolan, increased tubular pressure and decreased single nephron GFR much more than HOCM and LOCM did [97, 103].