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Figure 2 (A and B): Coronal schematic representation (A) and T1-weighted MR image (B) demonstrate genioglossus muscles (gg) which resemble paramidline vertical pillars. Below the genioglossus muscles, the geniohyoid muscles (gh) appear subtly wider than they do on axial images [Figure 1]. The sublingual spaces (sls) show high T1 signal intensity. ls = lingual septum. Coronal T1- weighted image (B) shows lingual septum (short arrow) and mylohyoid (long arrow), which form the floor of the mouth

Figure 2 (A and B): Coronal schematic representation (A) and T1-weighted MR image (B) demonstrate genioglossus muscles (gg) which resemble paramidline vertical pillars. Below the genioglossus muscles, the geniohyoid muscles (gh) appear subtly wider than they do on axial images [Figure 1]. The sublingual spaces (sls) show high T1 signal intensity. ls = lingual septum. Coronal T1- weighted image (B) shows lingual septum (short arrow) and mylohyoid (long arrow), which form the floor of the mouth