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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the abdomen: Three plane localizer coronal sections of the abdomen showing a neoplasm arising from the small bowel (a); T2 axial fast imaging employing steady-state acquisition-fat-saturated sections revealed a heterogeneously enhancing T2-hyperintense lesion with a central hypointense area arising from the proximal small bowel causing aneurysmal dilatation. The lesion was also seen to show layering within showing differential intensity (b); diffusion-weighted imaging sections showing areas of necrosis with diffusion restriction (c)

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the abdomen: Three plane localizer coronal sections of the abdomen showing a neoplasm arising from the small bowel (a); T2 axial fast imaging employing steady-state acquisition-fat-saturated sections revealed a heterogeneously enhancing T2-hyperintense lesion with a central hypointense area arising from the proximal small bowel causing aneurysmal dilatation. The lesion was also seen to show layering within showing differential intensity (b); diffusion-weighted imaging sections showing areas of necrosis with diffusion restriction (c)