diatrizoate meglumine

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diatrizoate meglumine

n. diatrizoate de meglumina, sustancia radiopaca que se usa para hacer visibles las arterias y venas del corazón y del cerebro así como la vesícula, los riñones y la vejiga.
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However, the gastric mass was missed during the first CT scan because the stomach was filled with diatrizoic acid, the iodinated contrast medium that the patient swallowed prior to the scan.
In neonates with suspected intestinal obstruction of uncertain aetiology, water soluble contrast material (Anhydrous Diatrizoic acid 597.3 mg/mL, Meglumine 159.24 mg/mL) was used.