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Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Primary Lymphoma of the Spleen

José María Calvo-Romero, MD
Arch Intern Med. 2000;160(11):1706-1707. doi:.
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A, Magnetic resonance imaging shows a splenic mass 12 cm in diameter (arrow) with isointensity relative to normal splenic parenchyma in T2-weighted sequences, with heterogeneous enhancement after injection of gadolinium. B, Magnetic resonance imaging also shows local invasion of diaphragmatic and pleural surfaces (arrow), which was not demonstrated on ultrasonograms or computed tomographic scans.

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