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A limited number of studies show no evidence of mutagenic or teratogenic potential of contrast material.
This traditional concept has been challenged recently, in particular for intravenous administration of contrast material [4].
Six of the reacting patients had a history of allergic-like reactions, including two patients who had a history of reactions to iodinated contrast material.
The osmotic load of gadolinium chelate per exam was approximately half that of low-osmotic iodinated contrast material (54 mOsm vs 104 mOsm), which reduced patient risk.