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iminodiacetic acid[‚im·ə·nō·dī·ə′sēd·ik ′as·əd]
C4H7NO4 A crystalline substance used as an intermediate in the manufacture of chelating agents, surface-active agents, and complex salts. Abbreviated IDA. Also known as diglycine; iminodiethanoic acid.
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In this study, we examined the use of hepatobiliary iminodiacetic acid
(HIDA) scans with cholecystokinin (CCK) infusion to identify patients with acalculous gallbladder disease who would benefit from LC.
Selectivity is achieved by the iminodiacetic acid
functionality chemically bound to a macroreticular porous styrene divinylbenzene resin matrix.
Ultrasonography showed normal gallbladders in all patients, but 75% had abnormal findings on hydroxy iminodiacetic acid
scans or cholecystograms.
OTC Bulletin Board: STXX) announced today that it commenced operations of the disodium iminodiacetic acid
(DSIDA) plant in November 2000 with the first railcar shipment delivered in early December.