Update on Incidental Cross-sectional Imaging Findings, An Issue of Radiologic Clinics of North America, 1st Edition

Authors :
Douglas G Katz & John Hines
Date of Publication: 06/2021
This issue of Radiologic Clinics focuses on Update on Incidental Cross-sectional Imaging Findings and is edited by Drs. Douglas S. Katz and John J. Hines. Articles will include: General review on the current management of incidental findings on cross ...view more
This issue of Radiologic Clinics focuses on Update on Incidental Cross-sectional Imaging Findings and is edited by Drs. Douglas S. Katz and John J. Hines. Articles will include: General review on the current management of incidental findings on cross-imaging: What guidelines to use, how to follow them, and management and medical-legal considerations; Incidental findings on CT and MR of the brain; Incidental spine findings on CT and MR; Imaging of incidental thyroid nodules; Incidental lung nodules on CT: Current Fleischner Society and other guidelines; Incidental breast findings on CT and MRI; Incidental liver findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental adrenal findings on CT; Incidental splenic findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental pancreatic cysts on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental renal findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental bowel findings on CT; Incidental ovarian and uterine findings on cross-sectional imaging; and more!
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This issue of Radiologic Clinics focuses on Update on Incidental Cross-sectional Imaging Findings and is edited by Drs. Douglas S. Katz and John J. Hines. Articles will include: General review on the current management of incidental findings on cross-imaging: What guidelines to use, how to follow them, and management and medical-legal considerations; Incidental findings on CT and MR of the brain; Incidental spine findings on CT and MR; Imaging of incidental thyroid nodules; Incidental lung nodules on CT: Current Fleischner Society and other guidelines; Incidental breast findings on CT and MRI; Incidental liver findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental adrenal findings on CT; Incidental splenic findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental pancreatic cysts on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental renal findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental bowel findings on CT; Incidental ovarian and uterine findings on cross-sectional imaging; and more!

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Edited by Douglas G Katz, Assistant Professor, Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery Department of Radiology Winthrop-University Hospital 259 First Street Mineola, NY 11501 and John Hines, Chairman, Hines Family Foundation for Education, Innovation, and Service (HFF)