meglumine diatrizoate

(redirected from methylglucamine diatrizoate)

meg·lu·mine di·a·tri·zo·ate

a water-soluble organic iodine compound formerly used for excretory urography, for contrast visualization of the cardiovascular system, and orally for opacification of the gastrointestinal tract.
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Modification of neurotoxicity of methylglucamine diatrizoate (hypaque 75 per cent) by intra-arterial instillation of vasoactive drugs.