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ICGInternational Crisis Group
ICGIndian Coast Guard (India)
ICGInstitutional Clients Group (Citibank)
ICGInternational Coal Group
ICGIndocyanine Green
ICGÍndice de Competitividad Global (Spanish: Global Competitiveness Index)
ICGInstallation and Configuration Guide (various companies)
ICGInternet Capital Group (venture capital firm)
ICGInternational Computers Group
ICGIndustrial Computer Group
ICGIllinois Central Gulf (Railroad)
ICGIncognito
ICGImpedance Cardiography
ICGInternational Cinematographers Guild (labor union)
ICGInnovative Consulting Group (various locations)
ICGInternational Consulting Group (various organizations)
ICGInstitute of Careers Guidance
ICGIntermediate Capital Group PLC
ICGIntercontinental Church of God
ICGInstitute of Cosmology and Gravitation (University of Portsmouth, UK)
ICGIndividual Care Grant (Illinois State education)
ICGInternal Cash Generation
ICGInteractive Computer Graphics
ICGIslamabad College for Girls (Islamabad, Pakistan)
ICGInteragency Core Group (US DoD)
ICGInner City Games Foundation
ICGInteragency Coordination Group
ICGIndependent Coin Grading Service
ICGInteractive Course Guide
ICGIntersector Coordination Group
ICGIndustry Coordinating Group
ICGInfinity Consulting Group (New York, NY)
ICGIntegrated Command Generator
ICGInternational Commision on Glass
ICGInterface Coordination Group
ICGInstitut Canadien en Grèce (Canadian Institute in Greece)
ICGInfinity Conference Group, Inc (Herndon, VA)
ICGInterface Control Group
ICGInternational Congress of Gastroenterology
ICGInterviewer's Classification Guide
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Indocyanine green angiography-guided photodynamic therapy for treatment of chronic central serous chorioretinopathy: a pilot study.
Davidson, "Indocyanine green: observations on its physical properties, plasma decay, and hepatic extraction," The Journal ofClinical Investigation, vol.
Berber, "The utility of indocyanine green fluorescence imaging during robotic adrenalectomy," Journal of Surgical Oncology, vol.
Ishizaki et al., "Evaluation of fluorescence imaging with indocyanine green in hepatocellular carcinoma," Cancer Imaging, vol.
The ILM was double stained with 0.2 mL of 1 mg/mL indocyanine green (ICG) solution (DID-Indocyanine Green inj, Dongindang Pharmaceutical, Siheung, Republic of Korea).
First, an indirect visualization of colored dyes such as methylene blue and indocyanine green was injected into the peritoneal space and migrated into the pleural space [4, 11].
The patient was injected with 1 mL (2.5 mg) of indocyanine green (ICG) at anesthesia induction.
Following the arthrography, indocyanine green was injected into the lateral premalleolar bursa percutaneously so that the margin of the bursa to be resected could be easily visualized.
A number of approaches have been investigated for the noninvasive assessment of PHT encompassing routine laboratory tests (e.g., platelets to spleen ratio [4]), serum markers of inflammation and fibrosis (e.g., sCD163 and Enhanced Liver Fibrosis test [5]), quantitative assays of liver function (e.g., dual cholate clearance [6], indocyanine green retention [7]), and imaging techniques (e.g., transient elastography [8]) which have all shown varying levels of diagnostic accuracy.