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Dionosil     propyl2-(3,5-diiodo-4-oxo- pyridin-1...

Synonyms: Diostril, Brosombra, Propiodone, Propyliodon, Propiliodona, ...
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Disease relevance of Dionosil

  • Compared to the tubes used to drain abdominal abscesses, empyema catheters need less irrigation; dionosil is often the preferred contrast agent, the catheter can be withdrawn in one step, and a residual fibrotic or tumor cavity may persist after pus has been evacuated [1].
  • Comparison of deep and shallow endotracheal administration of dionosil in dogs and effect of manual hyperventilation [2].
  • Propyliodone oil suspension contrast sinography after catheter placement showed two clinically unsuspected bronchopleural fistulas [3].
  • None of the patients developed clinical thyrotoxicosis; however, in patients with autonomous thyroid tissue, the same precautions should be taken with propyliodone as with other iodine-containing agents which are known to induce hyperthyroidism in this situation [4].
  • We evaluated the influence of 2 0ml contrast substance Dionosil aq. on the ventilatory function of lung 21 patients who suffered from relapsing bronchial inflammations [5].

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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Dionosil


  1. CT- and ultrasound-guided catheter drainage of empyemas after chest-tube failure. vanSonnenberg, E., Nakamoto, S.K., Mueller, P.R., Casola, G., Neff, C.C., Friedman, P.J., Ferrucci, J.T., Simeone, J.F. Radiology. (1984) [Pubmed]
  2. Comparison of deep and shallow endotracheal administration of dionosil in dogs and effect of manual hyperventilation. Greenberg, M.I., Spivey, W.H. Annals of emergency medicine. (1985) [Pubmed]
  3. Radiographically guided percutaneous catheter drainage of pleural fluid collections. Merriam, M.A., Cronan, J.J., Dorfman, G.S., Lambiase, R.E., Haas, R.A. AJR. American journal of roentgenology. (1988) [Pubmed]
  4. Thyroid function after bronchography with propyliodone. Benker, G., Vosskühler, A., Hoff, H.G., Windeck, R., Reinwein, D., Klein, E. Horm. Res. (1983) [Pubmed]
  5. The influence of endobronchial fluid on the ventilation. Fiser, F., Felkel, H., Feuereisl, R., Polák, J., Tománek, A. Czechoslovak medicine. (1980) [Pubmed]
  6. Interference of bronchographic agents with lung surfactant. Schürch, S.F., Roach, M.R. Respiration physiology. (1976) [Pubmed]
  7. Evaluation of contrast media for bronchography. Thompson, I.M., Whittlesey, G.C., Slovis, T.L., Chang, C.H., Cullen, M.L., Philippart, A.I., Stockmann, P.S., Adkins, E.S., Klein, M.D. Pediatric radiology. (1997) [Pubmed]
  8. The value of tantalum powder as a contrast medium in laryngography. Tegtmeyer, C.J., Smith, N.J., El-Mahdi, A.M., Fitz-Hugh, G.S., Constable, W.C. Canadian journal of otolaryngology. Journal canadien d'otolaryngologie. (1975) [Pubmed]
  9. Peripheral pooling of bronchographic contrast material: evidence of its relationship to smoking and emphysema. Musk, A.W., Gandevia, B., Palmer, F.J. Thorax (1978) [Pubmed]
  10. Barium sulfate bronchography. Report of a complication. Buschman, D.L. Chest (1991) [Pubmed]
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