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Contrast medium extravasation injury: guidelines for prevention and management
Abstract. Extravasation of contrast material is a well-recognized complication of contrast-enhanced imaging studies. The management of this complication is contentious; therefore, the Contrast MediaExpand
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Stenosis of the common bile duct in chronic pancreatitis
The incidence of common bile duct stenosis in patients with chronic pancreatitis was studied in a consecutive series of patients admitted for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP).Expand
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Safety of ultrasound contrast agents
The use of ultrasound contrast agents has increased over recent years. The Contrast Media Safety Committee (CMSC) of the European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR) decided to review the safetyExpand
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Ultrasound contrast agents and their use in urogenital radiology: status and prospects
Abstract. Ultrasound contrast agents (USCAs) for intravenous use are usually microbubbles with a mean diameter less than that of a red blood corpuscle and filled with gas. The USCAs may improveExpand
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Ultrasound contrast agents: clinical applications
Abstract. Ultrasound contrast agents (USCA) for intravenous injections are usually gas-filled microbubbles with a mean diameter less than that of a red blood corpuscle. There are only a few productsExpand
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The Feasibility of Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound During Uterine Artery Embolization: A Pilot Study
PurposeTo evaluate the feasibility of using contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) during uterine artery embolization (UAE) in order to define the correct end-point of embolization with completeExpand
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Contrast Media Classification and Terminology
Current radiological imaging uses either electromagnetic radiation (X-rays or radiowaves) or ultrasound. Contrast agents may be used with all of these imaging techniques to enhance the differencesExpand
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Transcutaneous oxygen tension measurement over the sacrum on various anti-decubitus mattresses.
Transcutaneous oxygen tension (tcPO2) was measured over the sacrum of 12 healthy, normal-weight volunteers positioned on five different mattresses. TcPO2 was lower (p less than 0.01) in those on aExpand
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Patellectomy--a 20-year follow-up.
Twenty-seven patients with 28 patellectomies were re-examined after an average of 20 years. Twelve knees rated as excellent, ten as good and six as fair. Even though 12 patients had strenuous work,Expand
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Renal experience with Visipagne
The renal effects of the new dimeric non-ionic contrast medium Visipaque were investigated in healthy volunteers and in patients with severe renal failure. Visipaque caused no changes in GFR afterExpand
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