Case Reports in Transplantation / 2016 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Successful Stem Cell Transplantation in a Patient with Pretransplant Hepatic Inflammatory Pseudotumour

Figure 1

(a, b) Baseline MRI. (a) Axial T2-weighted fat saturated (T2W-FS) image shows faintly hyperintense lesions in the liver (white arrows). The liver parenchyma is hypointense and shows reduced signal in keeping with iron loading. (b) Axial delayed postcontrast T1W images show persistent delayed enhancement in the lesions (black arrows). (c, d) MRI after treatment. (c) Axial T2W-FS image shows that the lesions are isointense to the rest of the liver parenchyma which is hypointense (due to iron loading). The lesions are no longer hyperintense on the T2W-FS image. (d) Axial delayed postcontrast T1W images show that the lesions no longer show any appreciable enhancement.