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Magnetic iodixanol - a novel contrast agent and its early characterization.

Contrast-induced nephropathy is a commonly encountered problem in clinical practice. The purpose of the study was to design and develop a novel contrast agent, which could be used to prevent contrast-induced nephropathy in the future.


Galactosylated iodine-based small molecule I.V. CT contrast agent for bile duct imaging.

Computed tomography (CT) with contrast plays an important role as a clinical diagnostic tool but still has a limited diagnostic range. In this work, we developed a novel injectable iodine-based small molecule CT contrast agent, even can be used for bile duct diagnostics. The bile duct diagnosable CT contrast agent (BDICA) is synthesized with 5-amino-2,4,6-triiodoisophthaloyl dichloride (ATIPC), tromethamine and lactobionic acid (LBA) for asialoglycoprotein receptor (ASGPR) targeted delivery via receptor-med...

Acoustic Characterization and Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging of Long-Circulating Lipid-Coated Microbubbles.

A long-circulating lipid-coated ultrasound (US) contrast agent was fabricated to achieve a longer wash-out time and gain more resistance against higher-mechanical index sonication. Systemic physical, acoustic, and in vivo imaging experiments were performed to better understand the underlying mechanism enabling the improvement of contrast agent performance by adjusting the physical and acoustic properties of contrast agent microbubbles.


Influence Factors on Contrast Agent Venous Intravasation During Transvaginal 4-Dimensional Hysterosalpingo-Contrast Sonography.

To explore the risk factors on contrast agent venous intravasation during transvaginal 4-dimensional hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography (TVS 4D-HyCoSy).

Contrast Agents and Observing Patient Safety Programs in Radiology Departments in Kermanshah Province Hospitals in West of Iran.

Contrast agents play an important role in increasing the efficiency of diagnostic imaging techniques in the evaluation of vascular lesions, infections and tumors. Annually more than 70 million radiology tests performed using contrast agent materials in the world. Side effects of contrast agent can belief-threaten, so that observing safety guideline prescribed a key role in the patient's health.

Consistency of normalized cerebral blood volume values in glioblastoma using different leakage correction algorithms on dynamic susceptibility contrast magnetic resonance imaging data without and with prebolus.

Several leakage correction algorithms for dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-based cerebral blood volume (CBV) measurement have been proposed, and combination with a preload of contrast agent is generally recommended. A single bolus application scheme would largely simplify and facilitate standardized clinical applications, while reducing contrast agent (CA) dose. The aim of this study was, therefore, to investigate whether appropriate leakage correction redundantizes pre...

Contrast agent dose and slow/no-reflow in percutaneous coronary interventions : A case-control study of patients with non-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndromes.

The angiographic slow/no-reflow phenomenon after primary percutaneous coronary intervention carries a poor prognosis for patients with non-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome (NSTEACS). There is evidence that contrast agents cause endothelial dysfunction, myocardial cell damage, and coronary spasms. We hypothesized that the contrast agent dose may be related to slow/no-reflow in patients with NSTEACS undergoing percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty and stent (PTCA + stent).

A comparison of arterial spin labeling and dynamic susceptibility perfusion imaging for resection control in glioblastoma surgery.

Resection control using magnetic resonance imaging during neurosurgical interventions increases confidence regarding the extent of tumor removal already during the procedure. In addition to morphological imaging, functional information such as perfusion might become an important marker of the presence and extent of residual tumor mass. The aim of this study was to implement arterial spin labeling (ASL) perfusion imaging as a noninvasive alternative to dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC) perfusion imaging ...

Enhanced Performance of a Molecular Photoacoustic Imaging Agent by Encapsulation in Mesoporous Silicon Nanoparticles.

Photoacoustic (PA) imaging allows visualization of the physiology and pathology of tissues with good spatial resolution and relatively deep tissue penetration. The method converts near-infrared (NIR) laser excitation into thermal expansion, generating pressure transients that are detected with an acoustic transducer. Here, we find that the response of the PA contrast agent indocyanine green (ICG) can be enhanced 17-fold when it is sealed within a rigid nanoparticle. ICG encapsulated in particles composed of...

Application of Low Concentration Contrast Agent Combined Double Low Dose in CT Pulmonary Angiography for Pulmonary Embolism.

To investigate the feasibility of low concentration contrast agent combined double low dose in CT pulmonary angiography.

Artifacts in Sonography - Part 3.

As a continuation of parts 1 1 and 2 2, this article discusses artifacts as caused by insufficient temporal resolution, artifacts in color and spectral Doppler sonography, and information regarding artifacts in sonography with contrast agents. There are artifacts that occur in B-mode sonography as well as in Doppler imaging methods and sonography with contrast agents, such as slice thickness artifacts and bow artifacts, shadows, mirroring, and artifacts due to refraction that appear, for example, as double ...

Polymer assembly encapsulation of lanthanide nanoparticles as contrast agents for in vivo micro-CT.

Despite recent technological advancements in microcomputed tomography (micro-CT) and contrast agent development, pre-clinical contrast agents are still predominantly iodine-based. Higher contrast can be achieved when using elements with higher atomic numbers, such as lanthanides; lanthanides also have x-ray attenuation properties that are ideal for spectral CT. However, the formulation of lanthanide-based contrast agents at the high concentrations required for vascular imaging presents a significant challen...

Synthesis, Stability and Relaxivity of TEEPO-Met: An Organic Radical as a Potential Tumour Targeting Contrast Agent for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Cancer is a widespread and life-threatening disease and its early-stage diagnosis is vital. One of the most effective, non-invasive tools in medical diagnostics is magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with the aid of contrast agents. Contrast agents that are currently in clinical use contain metals, causing some restrictions in their use. Also, these contrast agents are mainly non-specific without any tissue targeting capabilities. Subsequently, the interest has notably increased in the research of organic, met...

Quantitative Dual Contrast CT Technique for Evaluation of Articular Cartilage Properties.

Impact injuries of cartilage may initiate post-traumatic degeneration, making early detection of injury imperative for timely surgical or pharmaceutical interventions. Cationic (positively-charged) CT contrast agents detect loss of cartilage proteoglycans (PGs) more sensitively than anionic (negatively-charged) or non-ionic (non-charged, i.e., electrically neutral) agents. However, degeneration related loss of PGs and increase in water content have opposite effects on the diffusion of the cationic agent, l...

Interstitial Transpedal MR-Lymphangiography of Central Lymphatics Using a Standard MR Contrast Agent: Feasibility and Initial Results in Patients with Chylous Effusions.

 To describe a novel technique for transpedal magnetic resonance lymphangiography (tMRL) with interstitial injection of a standard gadolinium-based contrast agent, and to assess its ability to visualize the central lymphatic system (CLS) in patients with chylous effusions.

Correction: Biofilm imaging in porous media by laboratory X-Ray tomography: Combining a non-destructive contrast agent with propagation-based phase-contrast imaging tools.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0180374.].

Feasibility of Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Low-Dose Gadolinium: Comparative Performance With Standard Dose in Prostate Cancer Diagnosis.

This study investigates whether administration of low doses of gadolinium-based contrast agent (GBCA) for dynamic contrast-enhanced (DCE) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be as effective as a standard dose in distinguishing prostate cancer (PCa) from benign tissue. In addition, we evaluated the combination of kinetic parameters from the low- and high-dose injection as a new diagnostic marker.

How do 3-month-old infants attribute preferences to a human agent?

The current study showed that 3-month-old infants attributed a preference to a human agent, with her face and upper body visible, when she consistently reached for and grasped one of two objects with her bare hand. In contrast, infants did not appear to interpret the agent's same actions of grasping the object as indicative of her preference when it was the only object present or when it hid the other object from her but not from the infants. These results suggest that even from an early age, infants interp...

Accuracy and precision of quantitative DCE-MRI parameters: How should one estimate contrast concentration?

Pharmacokinetic parameters derived from dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) data are sensitive to acquisition and post-processing techniques, which makes it difficult to compare results obtained using different methods. In particular, one of the most important factors affecting estimation of model parameters is how to convert MRI signal intensities to contrast agent concentration. The purpose of our study was to quantitatively compare a linear signal-to-concentration conversion (LC) as an approximation ...

Biocompatible and Biodegradable Fe3+-Melanoidin Chelate as a Potentially Safe Contrast Agent for Liver MRI.

Currently, most MRI probes available for clinical use contain gadolinium, which is a high-risk paramagnetic metal that can cause severe side effects (e.g., nephrogenic systemic fibrosis). To limit such side effects and improve diagnostic efficacy, we developed a novel biocompatible MRI contrast agent using glucose, glycine, and paramagnetic iron ion. Glucose and glycine were polymerized into melanoidin by the non-enzymatic Maillard reaction, and Fe3+ was chelated stably with the melanoidin during polymeriza...

Superfine Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Cerebrovasculature Using Self-Assembled Branched Polyethylene Glycol-Gd Contrast Agent.

Magnetic resonance angiography is an attractive method for the visualization of the cerebrovasculature, but small-sized vessels are hard to visualize with the current clinically approved agents. In this study, a polymeric contrast agent for the superfine imaging of the cerebrovasculature is presented. Eight-arm polyethylene glycol with a molecular weight of ≈17 000 Da conjugated with a Gd chelate and fluorescein (F-8-arm PEG-Gd) is used. The relaxivity rate is 9.3 × 10 m s , which is threefold higher tha...

Polymeric micelles: Theranostic co-delivery system for poorly water-soluble drugs and contrast agents.

Interest in theranostic agents has continued to grow because of their promise for simultaneous cancer detection and therapy. A platform-based nanosized combination agent suitable for the enhanced diagnosis and treatment of cancer was prepared using polymeric polyethylene glycol-phosphatidylethanolamine-based micelles loaded with both, poorly soluble chemotherapeutic agent paclitaxel and hydrophobic superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPION), a Magnetic Resonance Imaging contrast agent. The co-loaded...

Contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with diabetes mellitus between iso- and low-osmolar contrast media: A meta-analysis of full-text prospective, randomized controlled trials.

This study was conducted to compare iso-osmolar contrast medium, iodixanol, with low-osmolar contrast media (LOCM) for assessing contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) incidence, exclusively in the diabetic population.

A Novel Method for Quantitative Myocardial Contrast Echocardiography in Mice.

The small size of the mouse heart frequently imparts technical challenges when applying conventional in vivo imaging methods for assessing heart function. Here we describe the use of high frequency ultrasound imaging in conjunction with a size-tuned blood pool contrast agent for quantitatively assessing myocardial perfusion in living mice. A perflurocarbon microbubble formulation exhibiting a narrow size distribution was developed, and echogenicity assessed at 18 MHz in vitro. Adult mice were subjected to p...

Modeling Gadoxetate Liver Uptake and Efflux Using Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging Enables Preclinical Quantification of Transporter Drug-Drug Interactions.

The aim of this study was to model the in vivo transporter-mediated uptake and efflux of the hepatobiliary contrast agent gadoxetate in the liver. The efficacy of the proposed technique was assessed for its ability to provide quantitative insights into drug-drug interactions (DDIs), using rifampicin as inhibitor.


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