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There have been several MPI scanner designs with the promise of useful clinical imaging. One such promising design is the so called single-sided scanner, which limits all hardware to a single side of the device. This provides the scanner with an unrestricted imaging volume, but at the cost of finite imaging depth and inhomogeneous magnetic fields. Our group has designed such a scanner that utilizes an FFL for spatial encoding, which differs from the original single-sided scanner which utilizes an FFP. In this work we demonstrate the first two dimensional images obtained using a single-sided FFL MPI scanner.