Immediate and Delayed Neurotoxicity of Newly Synthesized Contrast Media Demonstrated by EEG Sequential Analysis

  • R. E. Gonsette


It appears from the literature that minor side effects as well as serious adverse reactions are usually observed 6–12 h following metrizamide intrathecal injections.


Iodine Syringe Hydrochloride Dura Neurotoxicity 


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