Abdominal magnetic resonance imaging obtained 15 days after surgery. Axial (A) T2 weighted image with fat suppression, coronal (B) T2 weighted image, in and out of phase axial (C, D) T1 images, axial (E, F) T1 weighted images with fat saturation before and after contrast administration, coronal (G) T2-weighted image. Bilateral adrenal lesions showing high signal both on T1-weighted (E) and on T2-weighted images (A, B), and low signal rim on T2-weighted images (A, B), representing haemosiderin. The lesions do not show any signal drop-off on T1 in- (C) and out- of phase images (D). After intravenous contrast administration (F) no enhancement is depicted. These findings are consistent with chronic adrenal hematomas. Note the signal void in the right pelvis due to the presence of a metallic right hip prosthesis.