Who have Labile affect with Ultravist 240 - from FDA reports
There is no Labile affect reported by people who take Ultravist 240 yet. This review analyzes which people have Labile affect with Ultravist 240. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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Ultravist 240 has active ingredients of iopromide. (latest outcomes from Ultravist 240 55 users)
Labile affect (emotional incontinence refers to a neurologic disorder characterized by involuntary crying) has been reported by people with musculoskeletal pain, joint pain, major depression (latest reports from 35 Labile affect patients).
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