DIAGNOSTIC QUALITY IN HYSTEROSALPINGOGRAPHY: Comparison between iodixanol and iotrolan

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Abstract

Purpose:

To compare the diagnostic quality and adverse events of the water-soluble, non-ionic, iso-osmolar, dimeric contrast media iodixanol and iotrolan in hysterosalpingography (HSG).

Material and Methods:

One hundred and twenty patients participated in a double-blind randomized parallel-group phase-III study. Questionnaires and patient interviews were used. Diagnostic quality was assessed using a visual analogue scale and the quality in specific regions was rated using a categorical scale.

Results:

Overall diagnostic quality was equal for the two groups. There was no statistically significant difference between the two groups in diagnostic quality in the specific regions of interest. No differences between the contrast media were found with regard to adverse events.

Conclusion:

Both contrast media provided images of high diagnostic quality in HSG.

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