|DB00271||Diatrizoate||Used, alone or in combination, for a wide variety of diagnostic imaging methods, including angiography, urography, cholangiography, computed tomography, hysterosalpingography, and retrograde pyelography. It can be used for imaging the gastrointestinal tract in patients allergic to barium.|
|DB09133||Iothalamic acid||Conray is indicated for use in excretory urography, cerebral angiography, peripheral arteriography, venography, arthrography, direct cholangiography, endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, contrast enhancement of computed tomographic brain images, cranial computerized angiotomography, intravenous digital subtraction angiography and arterial digital subtraction angiography.
Conray may also be used for enhancement of computed tomographic scans performed for detection and evaluation of lesions in the liver, pancreas, kidneys, abdominal aorta, mediastinum, abdominal cavity and retroperitoneal space.|
|DB09346||Metrizoic acid||For use as a contrast medium [L1597].|
|DB09347||Acetrizoic acid||Acetrizoic acid indication was to be used as a contrast agent for X-ray. Some information indicates its nephrotropic property as one of the characteristics for the utilization of acetrizoic acid.[A32135] The X-ray imaging depends on the difference in tissue density which is provided by an X-ray attenuation between the area of interest and the surrounding tissue. The use of contrast agents will provoke a contrast enhancement or opacification and it will improve the differentiation of pathological processes from normal tissue.[T125]|
|DB13444||Ioxitalamic acid||Ioxitalamate in both of its available forms is indicated for exploration of the digestive tract by tomodensitometry or by regular gastroduodenal radiography. Its use is restrained to the cases in which the administration of barium sulfate is not recommended or contraindicated.[F55] The intravascular administration of ioxitalamate is contraindicated as it may present significant side effects.[F54]|