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Adipiodon     3-[5-[(3-carboxy-2,4,6- triiodo...

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  • Conflicting data have been reported concerning the optimum dose and rate of administration of iodipamide required to obtain maximum radiographic opacification of the biliary tree during intravenous cholangiography [1].
  • It is concluded that the apparent carrier mediated PG transport systems of the choroid plexus, anterior uvea and kidney cortex are not related to the iodide transport system, but may represent a subcomponent of the iodipamide transport system of these tissues [16].
  • Iodipamide-enhanced computed tomography of the pancreas [17].
  • Nevertheless, the highest biliary iodine concentration in complete common bile duct obstruction resulted with the largest iodipamide dose (1.8 ml/kg) and the shortest infusion time (30 minutes) [18].
  • Exposure of isolated rat hepatocytes to iodipamide resulted in its time dependent accumulation in the cells [19].

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