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by Jovitas Skucas

eBook Radiographic Contrast Agents ePub
Author: Jovitas Skucas
Language: English
ISBN: 0834200066
ISBN13: 978-0834200067
Publisher: Aspen Pub; Subsequent edition (January 1, 1989)
Pages: 565
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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Radiographic contrast agents. Roscoe E. Miller, Jovitas Skucas. Significant anaphylactoid reactions to gastrointestinal contrast media are rare. Whether a patient who is atopic or has asthma is predisposed to these reactions is speculative. The rare patient wh. More). Whole-gut irrigation as a means of cleaning the colon. Jovitas Skucas, W B Cutcliff, Harry W. Fischer. Camuratiā€“Engelmann disease: imaging, clinical features and differential diagnosis.

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Barium sulfate (BaSO 4 ) is used clinically as a contrast agent for gastrointestinal radiography (Skucas 1989) and as a radiopacifer in acrylic bone cement (Lewis 1997) due to exhibiting high X-ray attenuation, insolubility, and biocompatibility. Current commercial products for either application use microscale BaSO 4 particles; however, BaSO 4 nanoparticles could provide improved performance.

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Contrast agents may be positive (iodine or barium compounds, for example), or negative (gases). Gaseous contrast agents absorb fewer x-rays than tissues because of their low density, even though the effective atomic number may be higher. On the other hand, positive contrast agents absorb more x-rays than tissues because of their high density and higher atomic number. 1 IODINE COMPOUNDS AS CONTRAST AGENTS Almost all radiological examinations performed with injected contrast agents involve the administration of iodine-containing compounds. By Roscoe E. Miller & Jovitas Skucas.

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