aggregated albumin

aggregated albumin
heat-denatured albumin human; labeled radioactively (technetium 99m), its uses include lung imaging, radionuclide venography, and assessment of peritoneovenous shunt patency. Called also macroaggregated a. (MAA). See table at technetium.

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