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Clinical Evaluations of a Histologic Examination of the Side Effects of Myelographic Contrast Media:

Clinical Evaluations of a Histologic Examination of the Side Effects of Myelographic Contrast... FROM THE INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE (DIRECTOR: G. J. BONDE), AND THE DEPART­ MENTS OF NEUROPATHOLOGY (DIRECTOR: EDITH RESKE-NIELSEN) AND NEURO­ RADIOLOGY (DIRECTOR: E. RATJEN), AARHUS MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL, AARHUS UNI- VERSITY, 8000 AARHUS, DENMARK. CLINICAL EVALUATIONS OF A HISTOLOGIC EXAMINATION OF THE SIDE EFFECTS OF MYELOGRAPHIC CONTRAST MEDIA J. K. JAKOBSEN Side effects following myelography with positive contrast media have been reported with varying frequency and have usually been ascribed to meningeal reaction. An experimental histologic examination of the spinal cord, nerve roots and meninges after myelography with iodophendylate and methiodal was un­ dertaken. The results of this investigation will be briefly summarized with special re­ ference to the roentgenologic findings. Comparison will be made to complica­ tions in myelography in human subjects and precautions necessary in this proce­ dure will be suggested. Results Iodophendylate. Thirty-four rats weighing 250 ± 40 g were injected with 0.15 ml iodophendylate (Pantopaque) by suboccipital puncture. The amount was calculated to the proportional weight of the spinal cord in rats and men and Submitted for publication 16 October 1972. 638 CLINICAL EVALUATIONS OF A HISTOLOGIC EXAMINATION related to the employment of 10 ml iodophendylate in human myelography. Three rats were injected with 0.015 ml http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta Radiologica. Diagnosis SAGE

Clinical Evaluations of a Histologic Examination of the Side Effects of Myelographic Contrast Media:

Acta Radiologica. Diagnosis , Volume 14 (6): 9 – Aug 30, 2016

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FROM THE INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE (DIRECTOR: G. J. BONDE), AND THE DEPART­ MENTS OF NEUROPATHOLOGY (DIRECTOR: EDITH RESKE-NIELSEN) AND NEURO­ RADIOLOGY (DIRECTOR: E. RATJEN), AARHUS MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL, AARHUS UNI- VERSITY, 8000 AARHUS, DENMARK. CLINICAL EVALUATIONS OF A HISTOLOGIC EXAMINATION OF THE SIDE EFFECTS OF MYELOGRAPHIC CONTRAST MEDIA J. K. JAKOBSEN Side effects following myelography with positive contrast media have been reported with varying frequency and have usually been ascribed to meningeal reaction. An experimental histologic examination of the spinal cord, nerve roots and meninges after myelography with iodophendylate and methiodal was un­ dertaken. The results of this investigation will be briefly summarized with special re­ ference to the roentgenologic findings. Comparison will be made to complica­ tions in myelography in human subjects and precautions necessary in this proce­ dure will be suggested. Results Iodophendylate. Thirty-four rats weighing 250 ± 40 g were injected with 0.15 ml iodophendylate (Pantopaque) by suboccipital puncture. The amount was calculated to the proportional weight of the spinal cord in rats and men and Submitted for publication 16 October 1972. 638 CLINICAL EVALUATIONS OF A HISTOLOGIC EXAMINATION related to the employment of 10 ml iodophendylate in human myelography. Three rats were injected with 0.015 ml

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