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Figure 6: Magnetic resonance images of the same patient as Figure 5. Axial T2-weighted showing large homogeneously hyperintense lesion in the liver (white arrow, a) and homogeneously hypointense on T1 images (black arrow, b). Axial diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance image showing heterogeneously hyperintense signal in the lesion (white arrow, c) and apparent diffusion coefficient map showing hyperintense signal corresponding to the diffusion-weighted imaging (white arrow, d) which signifies no e/o diffusion restriction within the lesion and mean apparent diffusion coefficient value 1.55 × 10−3 mm2/s. Later, multiphase contrast-enhanced computed tomography was done which is showing typical features of hemangioma

Figure 6: Magnetic resonance images of the same patient as Figure 5. Axial T2-weighted showing large homogeneously hyperintense lesion in the liver (white arrow, a) and homogeneously hypointense on T1 images (black arrow, b). Axial diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance image showing heterogeneously hyperintense signal in the lesion (white arrow, c) and apparent diffusion coefficient map showing hyperintense signal corresponding to the diffusion-weighted imaging (white arrow, d) which signifies no e/o diffusion restriction within the lesion and mean apparent diffusion coefficient value 1.55 × 10<sup>−3</sup> mm<sup>2</sup>/s. Later, multiphase contrast-enhanced computed tomography was done which is showing typical features of hemangioma