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Case 8209

Hemorrhage from intramural leiomyoma during pregnancy

Author(s)
Schubert R, Radiologie am Europa-Center, Berlin, Germany
 
Patient
female, 38 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Coronal T2 FSE
     

    Two large intramural leiomyomas (M) in the left wall of a pregnant uterus (26th week). The more caudally located myoma is surrounded by hyperintense fluid (*).

     

    A more dorsally located section than Fig. 1a showing a superparamagnetic sediment within the hyperintense hematoma (H).

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Transverse MRI
     

    T1-weighted image showing a hyperintense hemorrhagic rim (H) around a leiomyoma (M). F=amnion cavity containing the fetus.

     

    T2-weighted image corresponding to the section in Fig 2a.

     
     
     
Two large intramural leiomyomas (M) in the left wall of a pregnant uterus (26th week). The more caudally located myoma is surrounded by hyperintense fluid (*).
 
A more dorsally located section than Fig. 1a showing a superparamagnetic sediment within the hyperintense hematoma (H).
 
T1-weighted image showing a hyperintense hemorrhagic rim (H) around a leiomyoma (M). F=amnion cavity containing the fetus.
 
T2-weighted image corresponding to the section in Fig 2a.
 
 
 
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