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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the abdomen without and with contrast: Precontrast axial T1-weighted (a), axial T2-weighted 2D fast imaging employing steady-state acquisition with fat saturation (b), coronal T2-weighted single shot fast spin echo (c), and postcontrast axial T1-weighted (d) images show the mass (arrows). Note prominent vessels (arrowhead) better evaluated on computed tomography scan. The mass is heterogeneous on T2 single-shot fast spin echo sequence and shows heterogeneous post contrast enhancement

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the abdomen without and with contrast: Precontrast axial T1-weighted (a), axial T2-weighted 2D fast imaging employing steady-state acquisition with fat saturation (b), coronal T2-weighted single shot fast spin echo (c), and postcontrast axial T1-weighted (d) images show the mass (arrows). Note prominent vessels (arrowhead) better evaluated on computed tomography scan. The mass is heterogeneous on T2 single-shot fast spin echo sequence and shows heterogeneous post contrast enhancement