March 1, 2019

VIENNA - The safety of gadolinium-based contrast agents for MRI continues to generate much controversy and discussion. As both a radiologist and a lawyer, Dr. Alexander Radbruch, JD, is well-placed to comment on the most significant recent developments in gadolinium retention in the brain, how best to use these agents, and how radiologists and manufacturers can help to avoid being sued.

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Dr. Alexander Radbruch, JD, from Essen, Germany.

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