Pantopaque

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Pantopaque is an oily contrast medium that used to be used for myelography. Its generic name is iodophenylundecylic acid and it was first used in 1944. 

A major drawback is the lack of resorption. Complete removal through aspiration is usually impossible after a procedure and the remaining droplets may lead to chronic irritation and severe arachnoiditis.

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