The area of the urethral trauma was close to the corporal defect in all but 1 patient, who had a urethral injury 1 cm away from the site of the corporal injury and was detected by injecting saline mixed with sterile methylene blue dye into urethra.
What does MBD stand for?
MBD stands for Methylene Blue Dye
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Various methylene blue dye penetration studies reported excellent sealing ability for MTA.
In an initial study, researchers used gold nanoparticles and a Raman label of methylene blue dye to detect West Nile virus and develop a nucleic acid assay.
METHYLENE BLUE DYE TEST The time-honored, and by far the most popular, method of leak testing packaged product is the infamous methylene blue dye test.
Methylene blue dye was used in this study because it easily allows quantitative measurement of the extent of dye penetration by linear measurement techniques (Kersten & Moorer, 1989).
The resultant polymer decomposed methylene blue dye, and also showed the antibacterial activity under UV irradiation.
This can be accomplished with intubation or injection of methylene blue dye.
1% methylene blue dye for enhanced viewing of the colonic mucosal surface.