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FIGURE 4.26. Pigmented villonodular synovitis. (A) Coronal proton density fat-suppressed image shows nodular thickening of the synovium and a moderate-size effusion. (B) Axial Tl-weighted image reveals soft tissue masses eroding into the anterior and posterior aspect of the femoral neck (arrows).

labral injuries and may demonstrate additional intraarticular pathology not seen on conventional MRI including chondral damage, loose bodies, and injuries of the ligamentum teres.

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