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Clinical Usefulness of High-Versus Low-Osmolality Contrast Agents

  • R. Felix
  • M. Langer
  • U. Speck
Conference paper
Part of the Radiology Today book series (RADIOL.TODAY, volume 4)

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to present a comparison of the clinical use of low- and high-osmolal contrast media. Because of their similarity, the terms osmolality and osmolarity are often confused; thus, they need first to be clearly defined, as do the terms nonionic and ionic.

Keywords

Contrast Medium Iodine Concentration Primary Pulmonary Hypertension Nonionic Contrast Medium Trast Medium 
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  • R. Felix
  • M. Langer
  • U. Speck

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