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In 1952, Erickson et al. ([1]) published a case report of a fatality after Pantopaque myelography, due to obstructive hydrocephalus; Schurr et al. ([2]) in 1953 described meningeal irritation due to Pantopaque.


[1] Erickson TC, Baaren HJ Trans. Amer. Neurolog. Assoc. 1952; 134 Late meningeal Reaction to Pantopaque used in Myelography

[2] Schurr, P. H., McLaurin R. L., et al. Journal of Neurosurgery 1953; 515 - 525 Experimental Studies on the Circulation of the Cerebrospinal Fluid.