MATCH sequence yielded more detection of hemorrhage-like and calcification-like locations. a. (Patient 3) The recent hemorrhage (arrows) indicated by MATCH is hyper-intense on T2-w TSE but not on T1-w TSE; thus it is counted as loose matrix by the conventional protocol. b. (Patient 7) A superficial calcified nodule is clearly depicted on gray blood MATCH. Such a component, when protruding into the arterial lumen, is usually not well observable with the conventional multi-contrast protocol. c. The contrast ratios between the hemorrhage/calcification and the regular arterial wall are significantly higher (p < 0.001 and p = 0.012, respectively) with the MATCH protocol.