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Iothalamate meglumine     3-acetamido-2,4,6-triiodo-5...

Synonyms: Conray (TN), AC1LCVC4, CHEMBL1201125, D01999, Iothalamate meglumine (USP), ...
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  • Further information has been gained from the intravenous injection of sodium iothalamate (Conray 420), with comparison of the scans taken before and after the injection [30].
  • Percutaneous injection of Conray clearly demonstrated the fustula, which was successfully closed by frontal craniotomy [31].
  • This paper discusses two cases of bilateral subcapital fracture of the proximal femur as a complication of myelography with Conray 60 [32].
  • The IMP was measured and phlebography performed by injecting a radio-opaque dye (Conray 280).The mean resting IMP was 33 millimetres of mercury with a range of 7 to 81 millimetres of mercury [33].
  • It is concluded that EEG suppression following intracarotid injection of Conray is a rare event [13].


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