Experimental Model of Neurotoxicity Study of Water-soluble Contrast Media

  • M. Gioux
  • P. Arne
  • J. Paty
  • J. M. Caille


In spite of recent progress in neuroradiology with water-soluble contrast media, some neurological disturbances have been described in man [1]. Our aim is to describe an animal experimental model for studying Central Nervous System (CNS) toxicity with such media, after subarachnoid injection.


Lateral Geniculate Body Spontaneous Brain Activity Subarachnoid Injection Cortical Electrode Radiographic Contrast Agent 
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  • M. Gioux
  • P. Arne
  • J. Paty
  • J. M. Caille

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