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Figure 1: (a) Axial T1-weighted fat-saturated contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of the face showing a small peripherally enhancing nodule (arrow) in the anterior portion of the right masseter muscle; (b) coronal T1-weighted fat-saturated contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of thighs showing a similar peripherally enhancing elongated nodule (arrow) in the quadriceps femoris muscle

Figure 1: (a) Axial T1-weighted fat-saturated contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of the face showing a small peripherally enhancing nodule (arrow) in the anterior portion of the right masseter muscle; (b) coronal T1-weighted fat-saturated contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of thighs showing a similar peripherally enhancing elongated nodule (arrow) in the quadriceps femoris muscle