Concentration and excretion of contrast agents during oral cholecystography as measured by computed tomography in dogs

Abstract

Nine healthy mongrel dogs were given 2 consecutive doses of 1 of 3 cholecystographic contrast agents (iopanoic acid, sodium ipodate, and sodium tyropanoate), followed by daily computed tomograms (CT) and abdominal radiographs in a randomized crossover study in order to determine: (a) the maximum time for excretion of the contrast material from the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01890284

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@article{Hunter1981ConcentrationAE, title={Concentration and excretion of contrast agents during oral cholecystography as measured by computed tomography in dogs}, author={Tim B. Hunter and Gerald Tau Fon and Robert N. Berk and Michael Capp}, journal={Gastrointestinal Radiology}, year={1981}, volume={6}, pages={349-352} }