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Gadoxetate Disodium Injection Causes Poor Breath-Holding, Motion Artifacts


Background: Gadoxetate disodium is a gadolinium-based contrast agent used in liver imaging. Transient severe motion (TSM) may be seen in patients in the hepatic arterial phase of imaging after injection. Objective: To determine if breath-holds in the arterial phase after gadoxetate disodium injection are changed. Design: Prospective study. Participants/Methods: 44 healthy volunteers were included. Patients underwent MRI after injections of saline, gadoxetate disodium, and gadoterat more...
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