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Figure 2: Coronal T1-weighted (a), axial T1-weighted (b) and axial short tau inversion recovery (c) magnetic resonance images show extensive metadiaphyseal fat necrosis with extension into the epiphysis (white arrow in a). Extraosseous collection with fat-fluid level is seen on medial aspect with floating fat appearing hyperintense on T1-weighted images (white arrow in b) and showing suppression on short tau inversion recovery (white arrow in c). Other extraosseous fat globules are also identified (dotted white arrows in a and b). Small cortical erosions are also seen (dotted white arrows in c)

Figure 2: Coronal T1-weighted (a), axial T1-weighted (b) and axial short tau inversion recovery (c) magnetic resonance images show extensive metadiaphyseal fat necrosis with extension into the epiphysis (white arrow in a). Extraosseous collection with fat-fluid level is seen on medial aspect with floating fat appearing hyperintense on T1-weighted images (white arrow in b) and showing suppression on short tau inversion recovery (white arrow in c). Other extraosseous fat globules are also identified (dotted white arrows in a and b). Small cortical erosions are also seen (dotted white arrows in c)