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Are you suffering health problems as a result of Gadolinium toxicity after an MRI?

FDA Warns of Gadolinium Adverse Effects  

Gadolinium deposition disease  

 Gadolinium storage condition

 Injuries such as:

The Food and Drug Administration recently warned that gadolinium-based contrast agents can stay in the body, including the brain, for months or years after an individual has a MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) or MRA (Magnetic Resonance Angiography). Many patients who undergo MRIs or MRAs are injected with contrast agents or dyes containing gadolinium, a heavy metal. Gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) are used to enhance the image of internal organs, blood vessels, and tissues created by magnetic resonance imaging. But concern is growing about gadolinium and the long-term effects of the heavy metal on the body and brain. The FDA is requiring manufacturers to add warning labels to gadolinium-based contrast agents to warn of the potential risk of gadolinium retention, specifically regarding the increased risk when "linear" GBCAs are used.

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Patients have filed gadolinium toxicity lawsuits. More lawsuits are likely as patients recognize they may suffer from health conditions related to gadolinium. If you have been injected with gadolinium contrast agent as part of an MRI and experienced health problems afterward, and you have normal or near-normal kidney function, you may have a right to seek compensation. Legal time limits apply, so it is important to contact us now for a free discussion of your legal rights.

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Do you have:

Tradename Active Ingredient Applicant Indication Chemical Subclass Approval Year
Magnevist gadopentetate dimeglumine, Gd-DTPA Bayer Neuro, Body Linear 1988
Omniscan gadodiamide, Gd-DPTA-BMA GE Neuro, Body Linear 1993
MultiHance gadobenate dimeglumine, Gd-BOPTA Bracco Neuro, Vascular Linear 2004
Eovist gadoxetate disodium, Gd-EOB-DTPA Bayer Liver Linear 2008

Pain and burning sensation in your arms, legs, or torso;

Cognitive difficulties such as "brain fog" or persistent headaches;

Skin changes such as thickening or hardening;

Muscle or joint pain; or

Tightness in your hands and feet.

In patients with normal to near-normal kidney function, the retention of gadolinium in the body after a MRI/MRA can be associated with Gadolinium Deposition Disease ("GDD"). GDD is a condition involving bone pain, burning tissue pain, and cognitive effects such as brain fog, memory impairment and persistent headaches. Gadolinium storage condition involves excess amounts of gadolinium in the body. The FDA warned doctors to minimize repeated MRIs using gadolinium contrast agents when possible.

There are a number of FDA-approved Linear Gadolinium-based contrast agents or GBCAs on the market.

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How to Know if You May Have Gadolinium Deposition Disease  

—Are you experiencing a number of the following symptoms?

Intense burning of the skin

Intense pain in bones

Brain fog, confused thinking

Muscle vibrations, pins and needles sensation

Head pain

Arm and leg skin discoloration and pain

Persistent metallic taste

It is critical that patients have at least three of the symptoms to make a confirmed diagnosis. 

—Did your symptoms appear within a month after the injection of gadolinium-based agents used as part of an MRI? The timing of your symptoms is also very important to the proper diagnosis of Gadolinium Deposition Disease. The symptoms may arise immediately of the MRI or they may develop over several weeks after the test.

—Are your symptoms new since being injected with gadolinium-based dye or contrast agent? If the symptoms were pre-existing before the MRI, they may not be related to Gadolinium Deposition Disease.

Gadolinium Deposition Disease requires that there must be evidence of gadolinium in the body.

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