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Case Report

Cavernous Breast Hemangioma Mimicking an Invasive Lesion on Contrast-Enhanced MRI

Figure 1

Contrast-enhanced MRI imaging of a cavernous hemangioma of the breast mimicking an invasive lesion. (a) Τ1W fat sat postcontrast image showing a small enhancing lesion measuring 5 mm, with irregular margins in the lower inner quadrant of the right breast. (b) STIR image showing the mass with low signal and central high signal. (c) Precontrast T1W non fat suppressed image showing an intermediate signal in the lesion. (d) Postcontrast T1W subtraction image: a small enhancing mass is seen. (e) A type III curve with rapid enhancement and delayed washout is observed.

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