Figure 10 : Digitally subtracted fluoroscopic image obtained during contrast instillation
via the blood port. The two layers of fainter density (black arrows) represent contrast
opacifying the superior and inferior blood chambers. The linear very high density
(curved white arrow) represents unexpectedly early filling of the dialysate chamber
with contrast, which is too dense to be the result of diffusion. This instead represents
an intercompartmental leak from the adjacent blood compartment, with localization
of the leak indicated by the dashed black line.

Olorunsola et al.Medical Instrumentation  2014 2:2DOI : 10.7243/2052-6962-2-2