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Figure 2: (AD): LCA of spleen. Case 1. MRI. Axial spin-echo T1W (A), axial gradient-echo T1W (B) and axial fast spin-echo T2W (C) images show a hypointense splenic mass (arrows). A contrast-enhanced image (D) shows heterogeneous enhancement (arrow). An incidental hemangioma is seen in the right lobe of the liver (arrowhead in D)

Figure 2: (AD): LCA of spleen. Case 1. MRI. Axial spin-echo T1W (A), axial gradient-echo T1W (B) and axial fast spin-echo T2W (C) images show a hypointense splenic mass (arrows). A contrast-enhanced image (D) shows heterogeneous enhancement (arrow). An incidental hemangioma is seen in the right lobe of the liver (arrowhead in D)