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Volume 1: Pulmonary Nodules

This volume features 32 articles that cover:

  • Spectrum of pulmonary nodule imaging
  • Anatomic and morphologic features
  • Detection, observer performance, and CAD
  • New techniques for diagnosing nodules
  • Guidelines and recommendations for lung nodule management
  • Information on lung cancer screening

Pulmonary Nodules – Volume 1 Online edition is now available for free. Please note there are no opportunities to earn SAMs credits in this volume.

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Radiology Select Volume 1: Pulmonary Nodules Guest Editors

Alexander A. Bankier, MD, PhD, was born in Vienna, Austria. He graduated from medical school at the University of Vienna and received his training at the radiology department of his home university. He also completed fellowships in Lille, France, and Boston, Mass. In 2007, he permanently moved to Boston, where he currently serves as chief of functional respiratory imaging at the Department of Radiology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School. He is a deputy editor of Radiology.

Heber MacMahon, MB, BCh, received his MD degree from University College, Dublin, Ireland, and completed training in diagnostic radiology at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University, St Louis, Mo.  After his residency, he joined the faculty at the University of Chicago, Ill, where he is currently professor and section chief for thoracic imaging. His research has been focused mainly on techniques for improved detection of lung cancer. He was elected president of the Fleischner Society in 2009 and was lead author of the Fleischner Society guidelines for management of small pulmonary nodules.

David P. Naidich, MD, is professor of radiology and medicine at the New York University Langone Medical Center, where he has practiced continuously since 1980. He completed his residency and body imaging fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. His main focus of research has been the use of CT for evaluating the entire range of pulmonary diseases, with particular focus on patterns of diffuse interstitial lung disease, lung nodules, and disease affecting the airways. He is an author or coauthor of numerous textbooks, including High-Resolution CT of the Lung. He is past president of both the Fleischner Society and the Society of Body Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance.