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From: Role of diffusion-weighted MRI in evaluation of pediatric musculoskeletal soft tissue masses

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A 1-year-old male patient, presented with bilateral dorsal foot swellings. A, B Axial T1WI and axial T1WI with contrast: Fairly defined near symmetrical diffuse subcutaneous soft tissue thickening low signal intensity is seen on the dorsal aspect of both feet with no definite cortical bone disruption or significant abnormal marrow signal. It measures about 2 cm on the right side and 11 mm on the left side in its maximum dimension with intense enhancement in post-contrast series. C, D Axial T2WI and sagittal STIR right foot: Both swellings show high signal intensity in T2WI, not suppressed on STIR with linear signal void patterns (blood threads). E Axial DWI: Each swelling elicits high signal intensity. F Axial DW-ADC map image: high signal intensity recorded for each swelling with high mean ADC value (right = 1.623 × 10−3 mm2/s) and (left = 1.719 × 10–3 mm2/s). Pathological result was bilateral dorsal foot hemangiomas

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