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Figure 2 (A-D): (A) On MRI T1 weighted axial section the mass (M) shows roughly two components, isointense to the myometrium with vascular channels closer to the uterine origin (white arrow) and hypointense peripherally. (B-D) MRI T2 weighted images in axial, sagittal and coronal sections. The mass is seen to compress the uterus anteriorly with confirmation of the origin (white dotted arrow in C). Linear hypointense areas are seen within the peripheral hyperintensity corresponding to fibers split up by the edema / fluid accumulation (arrow heads in D)

Figure 2 (A-D): (A) On MRI T1 weighted axial section the mass (M) shows roughly two components, isointense to the myometrium with vascular channels closer to the uterine origin (white arrow) and hypointense peripherally. (B-D) MRI T2 weighted images in axial, sagittal and coronal sections. The mass is seen to compress the uterus anteriorly with confirmation of the origin (white dotted arrow in C). Linear hypointense areas are seen within the peripheral hyperintensity corresponding to fibers split up by the edema / fluid accumulation (arrow heads in D)