MR users are routinely instructed to eliminate large conducting loops in order to avoid skin/skin contact RF burns. Loops can be formed by skin folds, hands clasped (e.g. above head or on abdomen), hands touching thighs, or touching legs etc. Points of skin/skin contact are often associated with significant local SAR. Modeling with posable human models show that hands clasped skin/skin contact loops associated with prone breast imaging do not necessarily increase local SAR. This suggests that not all skin/skin contact situations are a patient safety concern.