Physicochemical properties of water-soluble contrast media
The most important physicochemical properties of water-soluble, iodinated CM are their solubility, the viscosity and osmolality of the solutions, the lipophilic or hydrophilic properties of the iodine-containing molecule and the electrical charge (table 6).
KeywordsElectrical Charge Iodine Concentration Hydrophilic Property Selective Angiography Good Water Solubility
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