Multiple hyperintense foci on T2-weighted images and multiple hypointense foci or inclusion bodies on fat saturation images within the implant lumen. These findings are referred to as the “salad oil sign” or “droplet sign.”
There is silicone between the shell and the fibrous capsule but no evidence of free silicone extending beyond it.
Subtle silicone invagination between the inner shell and fibrous capsule (teardrop / key-hole sign).
The image findings are suggestive of intracapsular breast implant rupture.
Incidental note made of simple cysts randomly distributed through both breasts.