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An artefact was observed on postcontrast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the urinary bladder of several small animals; it took the form of a dark layer in the dependent (dorsal) part of the bladder, with a thin hyperintense layer on top of it, and a hypointense signal in the rest of the non-dependent (ventral) part. The MRI database was searched for animals with T 1 -weighted images of the urinary bladder after the injection of gadolinium. Eighteen dogs and three cats were included in thedoi:10.1136/vr.163.4.116 pmid:18660521 fatcat:g6deaoknb5b3pjiuu5uwsyfmkm