Lung nodules are frequently discovered on CT imaging - either incidentally or during low-dose lung cancer screening.
Choosing the appropriate CT follow-up interval in these situations can be challenging due to the intricate and dynamic nature of the Fleischner Society and American College of Radiology Lung-RADS guidelines.
The most current versions of these guidelines for managing incidentally discovered lung nodules and lung nodules discovered during lung screening are elegantly integrated in this app, in addition to a convenient tool to estimate the malignancy risk for any lung nodule.
This app was developed as a public service by two academic cardiothoracic radiologists and recognized medical educators, and is provided free of charge and free of advertising to the medical community.
• Revised simpler color palette for Fleischner guideline module, in preparation for future dark mode
• Redesigned graphic within Fleischner module for multiple ≥6 mm ground-glass nodules
• Support for ACR Lung-RADS version 1.1, introduced May 2019 and other user interface improvements
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Easy to use and understand. Thanks!
Well implemented app that is useful for teaching learning and real time use
I am a practicing pulmonologist in California and have encounter lung nodules found on CT on a daily basis. This app really is helpful for me to make recommendations for my referral patients. Finally an app that I can use while discussing with the patient in the room. Thank you.
- RADIOLOGiQ, LLC
- 65.8 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2012-2019 RADIOLOGiQ: Charles T. Lau, MD, MBA and Ahmed H. El-Sherief, MD
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.