Contrast nephropathy

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Medical Definition of Contrast nephropathy

Contrast nephropathy: A form of acute renal failure that starts soon after administration of contrast media (dye) for X-rays. The disorder usually runs a benign course and only rarely requires recourse to dialysis.


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Reviewed on 9/14/2016

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