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Table 3 Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) features of five patients with hepatic sclerosed hemangioma

From: Hepatic sclerosed hemangioma with special attention to diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging

Case Border Fatty tissue T1-weighted T2-weighted Dynamic MRI findings ADC mean (×10–3 mm2/s)
Fat-suppressed T1-weighted Early phase Late phase Hepatocyte phase Degenerative area Non-degenerative area
Case 1 Lobulated shape Hypo
Hyper
Hypo Ring enhancement Progressive centripetal fill-in Defect 1.65 1.80
1.56 1.61
1.75 2.00
Case 2 Lobulated shape Hypo
Hyper
Hypo Peripheral nodular enhancement Progressive centripetal fill-in Defect 1.87 1.80
1.80 1.86
1.93 1.72
Case 3 Lobulated shape Hypo
Hyper
Hypo Ring enhancement Progressive centripetal fill-in Defect 2.07
2.16
2.09
Case 4 Lobulated shape Hypo
Hyper
Hypo Ring enhancement Hypo Defect 2.00
1.93
1.96
Case 5* Lobulated shape Hypo
Hyper
Hypo Peripheral nodular enhancement Iso-hypo Defect 1.94 2.23
1.95 2.12
1.90 2.38
  1. ADC apparent diffusion coefficient, Hypo hypo intensity, Hyper hyper intensity
  2. *The results were obtained using 1.5-tesla MRI