Medical Definition of Radiopaque contrast

1. A radiopaque substance (for example metal) will be highlighted (appear white) on a plain X-ray. The use of iodine containing radiopaque contrast dyes allow enhancement of the anatomy demonstrable with conventional X-ray. (27 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radiopaque Contrast

radionuclide scan
radionuclide ventriculography
radionuclides
radionuclidic
radionuclidic purity
radioopacities
radioopacity
radioopaque
radioosmium
radiooxygen
radiopacities
radiopacity
radiopalladium
radiopalmar
radiopaque
radiopaque contrast (current term)
radiopaque contrast dye
radiopaque contrast material
radiopaque dye
radiopasteurization
radiopathology
radiopelvimetry
radioperiosteal reflex
radiopharmaceutical
radiopharmaceutical chemistry
radiopharmaceutical purity
radiopharmaceuticals
radiopharmacology
radiophobia
radiophone

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