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- Use of Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents in Veterans Health Administration is Increasing
- Could Artificial Intelligence replace Gadolinium-based Contrast Agents?
- Are macrocyclic GBCAs safer than linear agents?
- Doctors with self-diagnosed Gadolinium Deposition Disease
- Can Symptoms of Gadolinium Toxicity be explained?
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Difference between Linear and Macrocyclic GBCAs
GBCAs can be divided into two categories based on their molecular structure. Linear and Macrocyclic GBCAs have different properties that may contribute to their propensity to dechelate at some time after administration. This very short video explains the difference between linear and macrocyclic GBCAs and it hits on transmetallation too. (more…)