Shown are short axis images from a 48-year-old gentleman who presented with inferior ST-elevation and received primary percutaneous intervention to the RCA. CMR on day 2 post MI demonstrated an area of hypointense signal on T2-weighted imaging (Panel a), but no signal hypointensity on T2* imaging (Panel b). This area was confirmed to represent MO on early gadolinium imaging (Panel c). Intramyocardial hemorrhage results in decreased signal intensity on T2* imaging, and the absence of this feature reflects a lack of visible hemorrhage within the area of MO. (Image provided courtesy of Ananth Kidambi, BMBCh; Adam N. Mather, MBBS; and Sven Plein, MD, PhD; Multidisciplinary Cardiovascular Research Centre & Leeds Institute of Genetics, Health, and Therapeutics, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom.).