Contrast agents in neuroimaging.

Abstract

Until there is total elimination of adverse reactions and side effects with contrast agents, there will continue to be a need for improvement. The ideal contrast agent should be efficacious, safe, water soluble, with chemical and heat stability, biologically inert, with low viscosity, with osmolality the same as human serum, with selective excretion by the kidneys, and inexpensive.

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