Pronunciation: i-o'do-hip'u-rat so'de-um
Definition: A radiopaque compound formerly used intravenously, orally, or for retrograde urography. When tagged with iodine-131, it is used to measure effective renal plasma flow and to image the kidneys for radioisotopic renography.
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