A 41-year-old female presented at the department of radiology because of multiple slowly growing lumps in both breasts. Mammography showed dense breast tissue with multiple wellcircumscribed round lesions with no calcification. At ultrasound, sharply defined, heterogeneous oval masses were seen. On T2-Weighted Images (WI), the lesions were heterogeneous and hyperintense. T1-WI after intravenous administration of gadolinium contrast showed multiple rapidly and strongly enhancing lesions with type 2 to 3 curves (plateau and wash-out curve). Core needle biopsy reported bilateral multiple myoid hamartoma.