Gadopentetic is known as a intravenous contrast agent and it is used in MRI imaging of diseases such as spinal cord, disease of brain, disease of liver, disease of bone, disease of breast and disease of soft tissues.
How it Works
Gadopentetic acid belongs to the class of drugs known as contrast agents. Gadopentetic enhances the image contrast of the internal body structures and improves the visibility of them due to the increase in their signal and intensity when placed in strong magnetic fields and radio waves used in MRI.
Common Side effects
Some of the potential side effects of Gadopentetic can include the symptoms below; Injection site reaction, Blood clots, Kidney Failure, Renal failure, Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis.