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Contrast Agents

MRI with gadolinium contrast is not associated with increased rates of Parkinson’s disease.

Case History: 62-year-old male with complaint of epigastric pain, retching.

FDA approves Bracco’s READI-CAT 2 and READI-CAT 2 SMOOTHIE for use in abdominal CT.

Children undergoing integrated PET/MRI for solid tumor diagnosis likely do not need gadolinium contrast.

Integrated PET/MRI for patients with colorectal cancer can help physicians decide on appropriate treatment options.

Case History: 55-year-old female with pain in cervical region radiating to bilateral upper limbs.

Multidetector CT without oral contrast can be effective on larger patients presenting with acute abdominal pain.

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