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Pregnant woman contrast sensitivity
by T Hellstedt1997Cited by 19 — Contrast sensitivity, especially at low to mid-range spatial frequencies, is decreased in diabetic women with mild retinopathy. Even small changes in ...
by Z Wang2016 — To observe corrected visual acuity and contrast sensitivity (CS) in patients with hypertensive disorders complicating pregnancy accompanied ...
by T Hellstedt1997Cited by 19 — Purpose: To evaluate the correlation between the changes in contrast sensitivity and retinopathy throughout pregnancy in diabetic women with mild b.
by G Mirabella2005Cited by 68 — In this article, we describe how a lack of TH during pregnancy or early life affects children's contrast sensitivity ...
The use of gadolinium contrast with MRI should be limited; it may be used as a contrast agent in a pregnant woman only if it significantly improves ...
by IJ Immonen2003 — Abstract: : Purpose: To evaluate the correlation between contrast sensitivity and macular topography in diabetic women during pregnancy.
Aug 20, 2019 — The American College of Radiology recommends screening women of reproductive age for pregnancy before any MRI scan and states that GBCAs should ...
by E Tremblay2012Cited by 232 — Discuss the risks associated with administration of iodinated contrast agents during pregnancy, and how to monitor or avoid them.
by CT SadroCited by 30 — Pregnant patients may experience nonobstetrical emergencies over the ... CT with oral and intravenous contrast is the most sensitive and ...

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