a dark green dye used as a stain, an antiseptic, a chemical indicator, and an antidote in cyanide poisoning
- Tubal patency was confirmed at laparoscopy by observation of the passage of methylene blue from vagiua through the fimbrial openings of the tubes.
- Objective We did intraoperative venography by using methylene blue during varicocelectomy in order to prevent collateral veins ligation omitted and decrease recurrence rate.
- The deionizing and deoxidizing water is required by the methylene blue spectrophotometric method in the new national standard to analyze sulfide in water and waste water.
- The instillation of methylene blue into the esophagus during bronchoscopy is a useful diagnostic method.