Non-iodinated contrast media
What are Non-iodinated contrast media?
Contrast media is used in radiography to increase the clarity of the image. A non-iodinated contrast media is one that does not contain iodine and may instead contain barium or other non-iodinated media as the radio opaque substance.
List of Non-iodinated contrast media:
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Medical conditions associated with non-iodinated contrast media: