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What is scattered lesions that are hyperintense on T2 and isointense to hyperintense on T1 weighted imaging thought to most likely represent hemangiomas or focal fatty rest?

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  • What is scattered lesions that are hyperintense on T2 and isointense to hyperintense on T1 weighted imaging thought to most likely represent hemangiomas or focal fatty rest?


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... on T1 weighted imaging thought to most likely represent hemangiomas or focal fatty rest? ... scattered lesions that are hyperintense on T2 ...
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Positive: 83 %
They said it was most likely due to ... 1 and T2 weighted serial ... enhancing T2/ fast flait hyperintense focal lesions in ...
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Positive: 80 %

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Fig. 1. Hypervascular metastases showing signal characteristics typical for melanoma and a benign cyst demonstrated on the same image. Multiple masses ...
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The brain is the most frequently affected organ in tuberous sclerosis. ... (MR) features of the brain lesions in patients with tuberous sclerosis. ...
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Positive: 78 %
... fast SE T2-weighted imaging of ... All 15 FN displayed fat-isointense signal on T1-weighted ... The CT findings were focal or scattered ...
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Positive: 64 %
Correspondence to Dr Sara Wein, Radiology Department, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Grattan Street, Parkville, VIC 3050, Australia; sarawein{at}bigpond.com ...
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