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Fig. 2 | BMC Medical Imaging

Fig. 2

From: Diagnostic efficacy of multiple MRI parameters in differentiating benign vs. malignant thyroid nodules

Fig. 2

A 47-year-old woman with thyroid nodular goiter in the left thyroid lobe. a Axial T1-weighted image showing a heterogeneous isointense nodule (long arrowhead) with patchy hyperintense signal (white arrow) in the left lobe. b Axial T2-weighted image showing a heterogeneous hyperintense nodule with cystic change (white arrow) in the left lobe. c Axial DWI image showing a hyperintense nodule (white arrow) with ADC value of 1.990 × 10− 3 mm2/s. d Axial contrast-enhanced image showing a heterogeneous hyperintense lesion with regular shape and clear margin in the left thyroid lobe during early phase. e Axial contrast-enhanced image showing the pseudocapsule sign (white arrow) in the left thyroid lobe during delayed phase. f Histopathological hematoxylin and eosin (H&E, × 40) staining showing heterogeneous follicular hyperplasia with colloid and hemorrhage (white arrow)

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