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Superparamagnetic nanoparticles (Feridex®) have been recently made available to the radiological community as a contrast agent for MR imaging of the liver. This article reviews the principal physicochemical characteristics of this new compound, with an emphasis on the explanation of the contrast...
The use of gadolinium chelates has become an integral part of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the liver and extrahepatic abdomen. Although liver specific contrast agents are now available, gadolinium chelates continue to offer significant advantages for abdominal MRI. The gadolinium chelates...
Because of the demand for an extension of the range of diagnostic uses for currently available extracellular magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agents, a new generation of tissue-specific (i.e., hepatobiliary) contrast agents have been successfully developed to enhance the performance of...
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