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Morel-Lavallee lesion of the lateral right thigh was sustained after a cycling accident.
The MR hip arthrography (figure 4) showed a mildly hypertrophied acetabular labrum with a focal partial thickness articular-sided anterosuperior tear.
Lateral to the right hip joint, an encapsulated and septated high T2W signal intensity fluid collection was demonstrated, deep to the subcutaneous fat layer and superficial to the iliotibial band aponeurosis, measuring 8.8 × 6 × 2.3 cm (craniocaudal × anteroposterior × transverse) in dimensions (figures 5 and 6). A 14-mm low T2W signal intensity focus at the superior region of this fusiform fluid collection (arrow, figure 7) was compatible with blood products.
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