The spectrum of isolated ocular reactions following intravascular contrast administration.

Five out of 2930 (0.2%) consecutive patients developed ocular adverse reactions following intravascular administration of sodium-meglumine diatrizoate. The adverse reactions included bilateral blurring of vision (2), unilateral orbital oedema (2) and bilateral intense conjunctival congestion (one patient). The latter two phenomena responded to steroid and… CONTINUE READING