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Gadolinium was typically present in the front part of the eye, called the aqueous chamber, after two hours, and in a region towards the back, called the vitreous chamber, after 24 hours.
FLAIR images demonstrate gadolinium enhancement in the subarachnoid space in the left MCA territory (arrows).
Another controversial issue regarding the use of gadolinium is its effect on renal function and induced nephropathy.
There were no significant discrepancies between reviewers' final decisions, and they agreed with full consensus regarding the presence or absence of leptomeningeal enhancement or superiority of FLAIR or T1 with gadolinium enhancement to detect leptomeningeal disease.
The following sequences were done; T1W TSE(TE = 18, TR = 520) in axial and sagittal planes, T2W TSE(TE = 104, TR = 4080) in axial plane, STIR(TI = 130, TR = 5000) in sagittal plane, T2W TSE(TE = 57, TR = 4470) in sagittal plane with fat saturation and post gadolinium T1W TSE(TE = 18, TR = 520) in axial and sagittal planes, using Siemens Sonata 1.
Intravenously administered contrast agents are used routinely for MRI studies; the contrast agents contain gadolinium (a paramagnetic heavy metal), which is bound to a chelating agent.
The University of Pittsburgh has mandated that gadolinium contrast media not be used without a written prescription.
Wilson has looked specifically at structures into which gadolinium has been inserted as potential contrast agents for high resolution magnetic resonance imaging.
If you suspect a postdural puncture headache but aren't sure, order a T1-weighted MRI with gadolinium contrast for the patient, David C.
The absence of active inflammation in the brain, as revealed by MRI scans enhanced by the contrast agent called gadolinium, appears to be a good benchmark of treatment success.
By moving packets of powdered gadolinium through the field of a permanent magnet, the scientists have been able to chill refrigerators at room temperatures.