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What is a t1 hypointense marrow mean in relation to an MRI done on a 20 month old boy?
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It depends on the body part imaged and why the MRI was performed.
Marrow can be hypointense normally in certain parts of the body. In childhood, a "marrow conversion" occurs where marrow in certain parts of the body changes from t1 hypo to t1 hyperintense. So, just depends on the situation.

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It depends on the body part imaged and why the MRI was performed.
Marrow can be hypointense normally in certain parts of the body. In childhood, a "marrow conversion" occurs where marrow in certain parts of the body changes from t1 hypo to t1 hyperintense. So, just depends on the situation.
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Dr. Swati Avashia
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