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Jonathan Wood

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The purpose of this exhibit is to provide radiologists at various levels of training with a concise and comprehensive illustrated review of anomalies associated with persistence of the falcine sinus. The exhibit will rely on literature review, illustrations, and multimodality imaging from patients with persistent falcine sinus associations. Read More

Meeting name: IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition , 2016

Authors: Meldrum Jaren, Wood Jonathan, Rooks Veronica

Keywords: falcine sinus, vein of Galen, occipital meningocele, cranial vascular embryology, cranium bifidum

This educational exhibit will present the importance and utility of utilizing ultrasound and various sonographic-imaging techniques to investigate and clarify the different types of pediatric hydroceles. It will convey the necessity for specifying the type of hydrocele in order to implement the best management protocols. Read More

Meeting name: IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition , 2016

Authors: Boyer Kathleen, Wood Jonathan, Mcmann Leah, Rooks Veronica

Keywords: canal of Nuck, funicular hydrocele, encysted hydrocele, simple hydrocele, spermatic cord hydrocele

Superficial lesions are a frequent cause of concern in children. Ultrasound is usually the first imaging evaluation, but appearance is often nonspecific, can overlap, and may result in confusion and mischaracterization, possibly resulting in increased morbidity and mortality. Our purpose is to review important sonographic and other imaging features of various lesions and to emphasize the paramount importance of the natural history of particular lesions, in an effort to aid radiologists to narrow the differential diagnosis, direct management, prevent harm through the judicious use of advanced imaging and tissue sampling, and decrease the number of non-specific sonographic impressions in the radiology report. Read More

Meeting name: SPR 2017 Annual Meeting & Categorical Course , 2017

Authors: Russell Timothy, Carlson Christian, Wood Jonathan, Zarka Anthony, Thomas Linda

Keywords: ultrasound, superficial