radiopaque contrast

radiopaque contrast

Contrast dye Imaging A nonradioactive material that stops or attenuates radiation passing through the body, creating an outline on film of the organ(s) being examined; RCAs can produce adverse reactions–some may be severe and possibly life-threatening
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Gastrografin (Diatrizoate Meglumine and Diatrizoate Sodium Solution, Manufacturer: BerliMed S.A., Madrid, Spain) is a high-osmolarity water-soluble iodinated radiopaque contrast medium for oral or rectal administration only.
In conjunction, the company stated that the tagging residual material with radiopaque contrast during a CTC offers the benefit of differentiating true polyps versus stool and helps decrease the number of false positives.
A radiopaque contrast material (Diatrizoate meglumine) was passed into the nasolacrimal duct and its passage was recorded with a series of sequential radiographs.
The TFC RO elements are ideal for concentrating compounds with a molecular weight of 100 to 2,000 daltons such as antibiotics, radiopaque contrast agents and polypeptides.