Dr. Kayleen Jahangir specializes in Breast Imaging at Consulting Radiologists, Ltd. She is fellowship trained in breast imaging, recipient of the 2015 Radiological Society of North America Cum Laude Award and appreciates the opportunity to work with other physicians and patients during difficult and uncertain times.
Dr. Jahangir completed her internship at NorthShore University Health System in Evanston, IL and her residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Chicago Medicine.
Prior to pursuing her medical degree and specialty in radiology Dr. Jahangir earned her undergrad in Biomedical Engineering and worked as a mechanical engineer at Smiths Medical in St. Paul, MN.
Dr. Jahangir is originally from Duluth, MN and when not working she enjoys spending time with family, cooking and reading.
Provide the best possible care to every patient while treating each person as I would treat a family member.
Magee AL, Dashevsky BZ, Jahangir K, Kulkarni K. Incidental focal uptake in the breast and axilla on FDG PET: Clinical considerations and differential diagnosis. Clin Imaging 2017, 45:96-104. PubMed
Thomas S, Jahangir K. Non-Invasive Imaging of the Biliary System Relevant to Percutaneous Interventions. Seminars in Interventional Radiology. Semin intervent Radiol 2016; 33(04): 277-282. PubMed
Jahangir K, Dashevsky, BZ, Kulkarni K. Differential diagnosis and the next step: Incidentally detected FDG-avid breast and axillary lesions. Poster presentation at American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. April 30 – May 5, 2017.
Veronesi MC, Wroblewski K, Penney, BC, Ferguson, MK, Jahangir K, Jiang L, Zhu X, Finkle J, Pu Y. Prognostic value of the PET/CT volumetric prognostic (PVP) index/stage and survival advantage of survival of surgical patients over non-surgical patients in NSCLC. Oral abstract presentation at Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. June 11 – 15, 2016.
Lee SK, Qandeel M, Yang C, Ali S, Jahangir K. Non-contrast, inflow enhanced inversion recovery with 3D fast spin echo (IFIR-FSE) with fast image acquisition using compressed sensing (CS) technique has potential to be a viable alternative to contrast-enhanced MRA (CE-MRA) for the evaluation of neck vasculature. Turbo Talk at American Society of Neuroradiology 54th Annual Meeting, Washington DC. May 23 – 26, 2016.
Baad M, Jahangir K, Newark A, Ward E, Thomas S. Partial pancreatectomy: MR imaging of normal postoperative appearance and complications. Educational exhibit at Radiological Society of North America 101st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. November 29 – December 4, 2015.