Diagnostic agents

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2.20.1

X-ray examinations

502

2.20.2

Ultrasound

505

2.20.3

Magnetic resonance Imaging

506

2.20.4

Barium sulfate

507

2.20.5

Iodine-containing contrast media

S07

2.20.6

Ultrasonographic and magnetic resonance contrast media

508

2.20.7

Radioactive isotopes

508

2.20.8

Stable isotopes

509

2.20.9

Dyes

510

2.20.10

Other diagnostic agents

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