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Final ID: Poster #: EDU-015

A Calcification by Any Other Name Would not be as Easy- Patterns and Location of Calcifications on Abdominal Radiographs and their Associated Disease Processes

Purpose or Case Report: To identify patterns of calcifications and location on abdominal radiography to help diagnose their disease processes. We retrospectively reviewed abdominal x-rays with abnormal calcifications and correlated the findings with additional imaging such as ultrasound, CT or MR. We grouped calcifications by quadrant or diffuse to correlate with the differential diagnosis and disease process. Assessing the location and characteristics of calcifications on abdominal radiography can be highly useful in aiding in the formation of a differential diagnosis and guide next imaging steps.
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  • Obi, Chrystal  ( Stanford University , Stanford , California , United States )
  • Nadel, Helen  ( Stanford University , Stanford , California , United States )
  • Seekins, Jayne  ( Stanford University , Stanford , California , United States )
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