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Figure 2 A 49-year-old female patient, known case of cancer stomach complaining of vaginal bleeding. (a–c) Conventional MRI showed bilateral mainly solid adnexal masses eliciting low T1 signal, high T2 and STIR signal with moderate heterogeneous postcontrast enhancement, no fatty elements or calcification. DWI, the lesions show high signal on DWI (d), low signal on ADC (e), and an ADC value of 0.899×10−3 mm2/s. Conventional and DWI-MRI: bilateral metastatic lesions. Pathology showed bilateral Krukenberg tumor. DWI, diffusion-weighted imaging.

Figure 2 A 49-year-old female patient, known case of cancer stomach complaining of vaginal bleeding. (a–c) Conventional MRI showed bilateral mainly solid adnexal masses eliciting low T1 signal, high T2 and STIR signal with moderate heterogeneous postcontrast enhancement, no fatty elements or calcification. DWI, the lesions show high signal on DWI (d), low signal on ADC (e), and an ADC value of 0.899×10<sup>−3</sup> mm<sup>2</sup>/s. Conventional and DWI-MRI: bilateral metastatic lesions. Pathology showed bilateral Krukenberg tumor. DWI, diffusion-weighted imaging.