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Vascular malformations of the genitalia often go undetected in clinical examination. These vascular malformations can cause a variety of clinical symptoms such as swelling, pain and bleeding. Aim: To characterize the distribution patterns of genital vascular malformations using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and to correlate these patterns with clinical findings in order to guide diagnostic decisions. Methods: A retrospective analysis of MRIs of the pelvis and legs in 370 patients withdoi:10.25673/74221 fatcat:bdqaiiarf5aynekn6zo2x2peny