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Elaine Erickson <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 17 Nov 2002 21:57:31 -0500
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Hi,
Has anyone out there had experience with bubble contrast to enhance renal
artery studies. If so, I would be interested in your opinion as to whether
or not sufficient optimization resulted from the use of contrast, and what
protocol was followed to achieve the maximum benefits. I currently work
for cardiologists, but my previous experience has been limited to abdominal
and peripheral exams. The cardiologists do rely on Optison for cardiac
imaging on some technically difficult patients, and was curious if anyone
has had experience in other applications of bubble contrast.
Thank you,
Elaine Erickson

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