Bright t1 lesion

Bright t1 lesion

(Science: radiology) (short t1), fat (lipoma, dermoid), sub-acute haemorrhage (metHb), paramagnetic agent (Gd, ? Posterior pituitary), proteinaceous fluid (colloid cyst) most abnormalities cause long t1 and t2 (dark/bright) see also: dark t2 lesion


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