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GeneXed Nov 10
after with ? We know people that have had gal stones, and polyps show within weeks of MRI. We also see people developing kidney stones, tonsil stones, anf glandular/lymph stones within weeks of gadolinium MRI.
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GeneXed Nov 10
? Gadolinium has been injected over 400 million times into humanity since 1989. Gadolinium never leaves your body regardless of kidney function.
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B. Wagner, M.D. 23h
Gadolinium “retention in [‘nephrogenic’ systemic fibrosis] and brain tissues has been reported for all categories (ionic/non-ionic, linear/macrocyclic) of” gadolinium-based contrast agents—
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GeneXed Nov 14
The pleasure you get when what you have been wishing for is given.
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Gadolinium Toxic Nov 13
will be used less or banned. We will potentially see the same iatrogenesis w/ the Manganese & Iron-based contrast agents that are looking to replace . (Mn & Fe have also been shown to deposit in the basal ganglia.) 7T MRI already FDA approved for clinical use.
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Pamnsc Nov 10
Replying to @thehill @SGottliebFDA
You sure do favor special interest pharmaceutical companies don't you. Yet doesn't phase you - IN SPITE of pediatric patients and deaths globally - Jerk !
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Am Soc Nephrology 14h
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debbie lambert Nov 7
Replying to @DrMcInnisDIT
If the patient has had an MRI with contrast, run a 24 hour Urine test to check for Gadolinium.
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Duke Nov 14
Replying to @Wagner_Nephro
This recommandation is not applied in the field. I have been harmed by unnecessary injection for simple foot study. They use most of the time because it is cheaper $.
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Gadolinium Toxic Nov 13
Replying to @geri_doc
Indeed an important point: clear evidence of safety lacking. There are no long-term studies on AEs from Deposition. While toxicity studies are being carried out by the mfrs., pts (including our geriatric population) will cont to be exposed. There is no antidote.
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B. Wagner, M.D. Nov 8
Replying to @Wagner_Nephro
“[A] new safety concern arose 4 years ago when Kanda et al demonstrated that [] remained present in certain brain structures in patients with normal renal function after repeated administration of” open-chain gadolinium-based contrast agents,
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GeneXed Nov 13
Recent topic among GDD suffers. To change the name or not to change it, that is the question. Semelka and these researchers should be talking about this. .
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kevin bryant Nov 8
RT : “Several reports promptly confirmed increased signal intensity in the dentate nucleus (a deep cerebellar nucleus [DCN]) on unenhanced T1-weighted images after multiple administration of” gadolinium-based contrast agents.
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debbie lambert Nov 9
One of the very few Gadolinium chelation options for victims. No cure or antedote available. Intravenous Calcium-/Zinc-Diethylene Triamine Penta-Acetic... : Investigative Radiology
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Top Class Actions Nov 13
Side Effects Lawsuit Alleges Metal Retention Caused Multi Organ Failure
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Emergency Radiology Nov 9
Is deposition disease really a disease? Wayne Forrest of
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Gadolinium Toxic Nov 13
Yes, aware of this. Was merely informing that 7T was already available v. advocating that it is a safe and efficacious alternative. We need more data on ALL potential alternatives and has to be at the forefront of adopting such alternatives.
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Top Class Actions Nov 8
Have You Suffered from MRI Contrast Side Effects?
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B. Wagner, M.D. 19h
“Gadolinium is a heavy metal and it is toxic to humans. Once it has entered the body, most of it is retained.”
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GeneXed Nov 15
! Doh, it's a and here I was thinking it was a math error in the original dosage. Thank you to the people that did this study!
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