Cerebral Edema in Disguise: A rarely reported complication of contrast dye

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Introduction: Over the years, medical imaging has evolved to include the use of contrast dyes to better diagnose pathology. In 2005 alone, the United States did at least 10 million of these diagnostic radiographs. These contrast dyes are injected and rapidly distributed, which has raised concerns for adverse events. Because of these concerns, older ionic… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sharieff2017CerebralEI, title={Cerebral Edema in Disguise: A rarely reported complication of contrast dye}, author={Sameen Sharieff}, year={2017} }