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Lung Nodule Manager App Review

  • Andres ElovicEmail author
  • Ali Pourmand
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Abstract

Intermediate lung nodules are frequently discovered in CT imaging as either incidental or part of cancer screening. The Lung Nodule Manager allows for a quick retrieval of guidelines by physicians and health care professionals to determine the proper management and follow-up for patients.

Keywords

Lung nodule Lung nodule app 

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Supplementary material

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Link to journal articles for guidelines. (PNG 9719 kb)

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Input questions to classify nodule based on Fleischner Society. (PNG 119 kb)

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Sample recommendation based on Fleischner Society. (PNG 121 kb)

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Malignant probability questions based on Fleischner Society. (PNG 5632 kb)

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Input questions to classify nodule based on Lung-RADS. (PNG 151 kb)

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Sample recommendation based on Lung-RADS. (PNG 133 kb)

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Malignant probability questions based on Lung-RADS. (PNG 5705 kb)

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Copyright information

© Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health SciencesWashingtonUSA

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