Gadoteridol

Gadoteridol (also known as ProHanceTM) is an extracellular intravenous contrast agent used in magnetic resonance imaging.

  • cyclic, non-ionic molecule 
  • 100% renally excreted
  • T1 relaxivity at 1.5 T: 3.9-4.3
  • concentration: 0.5 mmol/ml
  • recommended dosage: 0.1 mmol/kg
Indications

As an extracellular contrast agent, gadoteridol can be useful in a wide range of MRI applications, including (but not limited to): hepatic imaging, pelvic imaging, cardiac imaging, brain and spine imaging, and musculoskeletal imaging.

Physics and Imaging Technology: MRI

Factors affecting T1

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rID: 33804
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Prohance
  • ProHance

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