metrizamide

metrizamide

 [mĕ-triz´ah-mīd]
a nonionic, water-soluble, iodinated radiographic contrast medium used in myelography and cisternography.

met·ri·zo·ate so·di·um

(met'ri-zō'āt sō'dē-ŭm),
A diagnostic radiopaque medium.
Synonym(s): metrizamide

metrizamide

An iodinated radiocontrast medium used for myelography and enhancing CT images.

metrizamide

Imaging An iodinated radiocontrast used for myelography and for enhancing CT images
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Encephalopathy has been documented after administration of iopromide, (9,10) iohexol, (11) ioxilan, (4) and metrizamide. The mechanism of neurotoxicity is unclear, but several theories have been formulated.
In 1974, this procedure was transformed with metrizamide and years later with iohexol, both nonionic contrast agents [8].
Suspensions of liberated HSCs were prepared by centrifugation on a double-layered (17%/11.5%) metrizamide solution (Sigma, St.
[13] Metrizamide'nin, intratekal aliminin ardindan 44 saat sonra, sute sadece %0.002'sinin gectigi belirtilmistir.
Fischer, "A com parison of the hemodynamic responses to metrizamide and meglumine/sodium diatrizoate in canine renal angiography," Investigative Radiology, vol.
Asterixis and encephalopathy following metrizamide myelography: investigations into possible mechanisms and review of the literature.
showed the correlation of surgical findings in 17 of 18 abnormal examinations and metrizamide myelography with CT in 6 of these cases indicated that accurate diagnosis was provided by MR in all instances19.
Benign focal amyotrophy: metrizamide CT evidence of cord atrophy.
However, metrizamide computed tomography detected a mild cerebrospinal fluid leak into the left nasal cavity.
Materials: Compound 48/80, anti-DNP IgE, DNP-human serum albumin (HSA), o-phthaldialdehyde (OPA), evans blue, foetal bovine serum, [alpha]-minimum essential medium (MEM), Hank's balance salt solution (HBSS), 2,2'-Azino-bis (3 Ethylbenzthiazoline-6-sulphonic acid) tablet (ABTS) and metrizamide (density, 1.120 g/ml) were purchased from Sigma Chemical Co.
(16-18) Iohexol is reported to be safer than metrizamide and iopamidol for equine and canine myelography.
The partially dissociated cells were then added to Lebowitz-15 (L-15; Gibco, Grand Island, NY), defined serum-free medium and further dissociated by running the mixture through a 1 ml pipette, followed by centrifugation (400 x g for 15 min; Beckman Centrifuge) over a layer of 6.8% metrizamide (Sigma).