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Figure 3: (a) T1 weighted axial magnetic resonance (MR) image showing calculus in left renal pelvis as a signal void (white arrow) in the centre and a peripheral hyperintense rim of fat (black arrows). (b) Fat sat T2 weighted sequence showing suppression of fat signal (white arrows) and periureteric stranding (c) Axial contrast-enhanced MR T1 images showing enhancing granulation tissue (white arrows) which is isointense and hyperintense on T1 and T2, respectively

Figure 3: (a) T1 weighted axial magnetic resonance (MR) image showing calculus in left renal pelvis as a signal void (white arrow) in the centre and a peripheral hyperintense rim of fat (black arrows). (b) Fat sat T2 weighted sequence showing suppression of fat signal (white arrows) and periureteric stranding (c) Axial contrast-enhanced MR T1 images showing enhancing granulation tissue (white arrows) which is isointense and hyperintense on T1 and T2, respectively