What is gadolinium?
Gadolinium is a chemical element used as a contrast agent in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) scans.
Who takes it, and for what condition?
Gadolinium-based dyes are injected into people who are undergoing MRIs and MRAs to improve scanning for abnormalities of body organs, blood vessels, and other tissues.
How does gadolinium work?
Gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) enhance images in magnetic scans.
Recent studies have found that deposits of GBCAs remain in the brains of patients who have undergone 4 or more MRI scans with contrast. The brain deposits were found long after the last administration of GBCAs.
What can you do?
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