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Fig. 15

From: Cross-sectional imaging of acute gynaecologic disorders: CT and MRI findings with differential diagnosis—part I: corpus luteum and haemorrhagic ovarian cysts, genital causes of haemoperitoneum and adnexal torsion

Fig. 15

Ruptured corpus luteum in a 20-year-old woman with pelvic pain and fever over the previous 2 days. Oblique-axial (a), sagittal (b) and oblique-coronal (c) T2-weighted and sagittal precontrast fat-suppressed T1-weighted (d) images show a haemorrhagic collection (arrowheads), T2-hypointense and T1-hyperintense, in the pouch of Douglas, contiguous to the left ovary (arrow in a). The latter represents the source of bleeding, although the corpus luteum is no longer recognizable

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