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Jayne Seekins

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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. Read More

Meeting name: SPR 2022 Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course , 2022

Authors: Obi Chrystal, Nadel Helen, Seekins Jayne

Keywords: Abdominal, Calcification

The development and migration of reproductive organs is a complex process that is often poorly understood. Abnormally located testes and ovaries may reflect an incidental transient finding or underlying/pending pathology. Cryptorchidism is the most common genitourinary anomaly in males with associated increased risk of infertility and malignancy. Ectopic testes (outside the normal line of descent) have been reported within the perineum, penis, and femoral canal, representing a rare- but important entity to recognize and diagnose. Abnormally positioned ovaries- either in the midline pelvis or within the canal of Nuck- may mimic tumors or reflect underlying vascular compromise of the tissue. This educational exhibit will present a case-based review of the normal migration and anatomic position of gonadal tissue, as well as common and uncommon aberrant locations. In addition, this exhibit will highlight imaging strategies, including appropriate modalities and techniques. A brief discussion of current concepts in management will also be provided. Read More

Meeting name: IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition , 2016

Authors: Cullen Thomas, Seekins Jayne, Halabi Safwan

Keywords: Cryptorchidism, reproductive, testes, ovaries, gonads

The pediatric thymus is a constant but confusing, dynamic entity. The goal of this educational exhibit is to illustrate the range of appearances of the normal thymus and to identify key imaging features that can help pediatric radiologists differentiate normal thymic tissue from neoplastic conditions and other mimics. Read More

Meeting name: IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition , 2016

Authors: Lai Lillian, Halabi Safwan, Yeom Kristen, Barth Richard, Seekins Jayne

Keywords: thymus, ectopic, thymic, rebound, hyperplasia