RSNA 2017 News
November 28, 2017

CHICAGO - When action movie star Chuck Norris earlier this month filed suit against firms involved in the distribution of gadolinium-based contrast agents, he put a human face on the gadolinium retention issue. MRI safety expert Dr. Emanuel Kanal of the University of Pittsburgh discusses the latest findings in what's known about gadolinium safety in this video.

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Dr. Emanuel Kanal of the University of Pittsburgh discusses the latest findings on gadolinium safety.
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