NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms
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gadobenate dimeglumine (GA-doh-BEH-nayt dy-MEG-loo-meen)
|A drug used in MRI to help make clear pictures of blood vessels in the brain, spine, and nearby tissues. It is also being studied as a way to find abnormal areas in the liver and other organs and to help diagnose cancer. Gadobenate dimeglumine is a type of contrast agent. Also called MultiHance.|