radiopaque


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radiopaque

[¦rād·ē·ō′pāk]
(electromagnetism)
Not appreciably penetrable by x-rays or other forms of radiation.
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LoPro Plus compounds are the latest addition to Foster's portfolio of radiopaque polymers that leverage nanotechnology for enhanced performance.
The radiopaque fillers chosen for this experiment were barium sulfate, bismuth subcarbonate, bismuth oxychloride, and tungsten.
r4's patent pending Vector[TM] balloon catheter also includes radiopaque stripes on the balloon so physicians do not have to use viscous contrast media to visualize the balloon under x-ray (fluoroscopy).
UK-based specialist healthcare company BTG plc (LSE: BTG) has launched LC Bead Lumi in the US, a radiopaque embolic bead for the embolisation of hypervascular tumors and arteriovenous malformations, the company said.
Because they can resist X-ray penetration, Radiopaque Compounds are also used to produce shielding components to enclose radiation-generating sources.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A new version of the Liberator Locking Stylet with Beacon([R]) Tip Technology, a distinct radiopaque tip marker, was unveiled at Heart Rhythm 2011, the 32nd Annual Scientific Sessions of the Heart Rhythm Society, and is now available to physicians worldwide, officials at Cook Medical's Lead Management division said today.
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M2 PHARMA-December 14, 2015-US FDA Clears BTG's Radiopaque Embolic Bead
Conventional x-rays also showed a radiopaque mass on the left (figure 1) and the mild septal deviation on the right.
The radiopaque markers can be used to conduct either a simple test using one capsule and X-raying on day five, or a segmental test in which the patient takes one capsule each day for three days, with X-rays taken on day four and day seven.
While making copies of a radiographic examination of the left foot, a radiopaque line appeared across the anteroposterior image.
The device and leads also contain radiopaque marks, viewable via X-ray, to indicate that the system is MRI-compatible.