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Figure 5: A 21-year-old female with left ovarian sertoli-leydig cell tumor, nonenhanced magnetic resonance imaging of pelvis-(a) T2- weighted axial section, the left ovarian lesion shows multiple signal voids (large arrow) and causes displacement of uterus toward right side (curved arrow). Uterus and right ovary appears unremarkable (small arrow). (b) T1-weighted axial section, the left ovarian lesion isointense signal intensity (small arrow) and multiple signal voids (large arrow).

Figure 5: A 21-year-old female with left ovarian sertoli-leydig cell tumor, nonenhanced magnetic resonance imaging of pelvis-(a) T2- weighted axial section, the left ovarian lesion shows multiple signal voids (large arrow) and causes displacement of uterus toward right side (curved arrow). Uterus and right ovary appears unremarkable (small arrow). (b) T1-weighted axial section, the left ovarian lesion isointense signal intensity (small arrow) and multiple signal voids (large arrow).