Objective This study aimed to evaluate the diagnostic efficacy of T2 dark spot, T2 dark rim, and T2 shading signs on magnetic resonance imaging in the differentiation of endometriomas from hemorrhagic cysts. Methods Seventy-two hemorrhagic lesions were included in this retrospective study. The presence of T2 dark spot, T2 dark rim, and T2 shading signs in the lesions and the presence of complete or incomplete rim in lesions exhibiting T2 dark rim signs were evaluated. Results Of 72 lesions, 50 were diagnosed with endometrioma and 22 were diagnosed with hemorrhagic cyst. Twenty-six of 50 endometriomas and none of the hemorrhagic cysts showed T2 dark spot sign. T2 shading was observed in 90% of endometriomas and 18% of hemorrhagic cysts. Incomplete T2 dark rim was detected in 67% of endometriomas and 21% of hemorrhagic cysts. Conclusions T2 dark spot and T2 dark rim signs could be useful for distinguishing endometriomas from hemorrhagic cysts.