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Contrast  is administered during a breast MRI

Contrast (a gadolinium-based agent) is administered during MRI of the breast to show areas suspected of being cancer which demonstrate contrast enhancement (appear brighter compared to rest of the breast tissue) as seen in the image (arrows).

Note: Images are shown for illustrative purposes. Do not attempt to draw conclusions or make diagnoses by comparing these images to other medical images, particularly your own. Only qualified physicians should interpret images; the radiologist is the physician expert trained in medical imaging.