Definitions for "Gadolinium"
An element used in contrast media for the enhancement of MRIs.
An element used to provide image contrast during MRI scanning, typically held by a carrier, or chelate molecule, called DTPA.
gadolinium is a non-toxic paramagnetic contrast enhancement agent utilized in MR imaging. When injected during the scan, gadolinium will tend to change signal intensities by shortening T1 in its surroundings.
Keywords:  unresectable, octreotide
Octreotide Unresectable
A rare earth metallic element of the Lanthanide series, with a characteristic spectrum, found associated with yttrium and other rare earth elements. Symbol, Gd; it has an atomic number of 64, an atomic weight of 157.25 (C=12.011), and a valence of +3.
A rare element used in magnetic resonance imaging
a ductile silvery-white ductile ferromagnetic trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group
Keywords:  vinblastine, pancreas
Pancreas Vinblastine
Gait Gamma Globulin ImmunoGlobulin ( Ig)