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Figure 1: Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging images. LV: Left ventricle; RV: Right ventricle. (a) Four-chamber view T1-weighted cine image showing a high-intensity signal mass (white arrow) at the right ventricle. (b) Four-chamber view T2-weighted image showing a very high-intensity signal mass, consistent with lipoma (white arrow). (c) Four-chamber view T1-contrast perfusion image showing a low-intensity signal mass (white arrow) (no uptake)

Figure 1: Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging images. LV: Left ventricle; RV: Right ventricle. (a) Four-chamber view T1-weighted cine image showing a high-intensity signal mass (white arrow) at the right ventricle. (b) Four-chamber view T2-weighted image showing a very high-intensity signal mass, consistent with lipoma (white arrow). (c) Four-chamber view T1-contrast perfusion image showing a low-intensity signal mass (white arrow) (no uptake)