All are true about Magnetic Resonance Imaging except:

A T1 images show fat as a white or bright signal, whereas water or CSF is dark.
B On a T2 image, fat is dark, and blood, edema, and CSF appear white.
C An intravenous contrast agent (gadolinium) is often used in conjunction with MRI.
D Calcium appear almost white.

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