The Modern Art of Reading Computed Tomography Images of the Lungs: Quantitative CT.

@article{Herth2018TheMA,
  title={The Modern Art of Reading Computed Tomography Images of the Lungs: Quantitative CT.},
  author={Felix J. F. Herth and Miranda Kirby and Jered Sieren and Jonas Herth and Joshua Schirm and Susan Wood and Maren Schuhmann},
  journal={Respiration; international review of thoracic diseases},
  year={2018},
  volume={95 1},
  pages={8-17}
}
Lung diseases are increasing in prevalence and overall burden worldwide. To stem the tide, more and more national and international guidelines are recommending the use of various diagnostic algorithms that are disease specific. There is growing consensus among the respiratory community that although patient histories and lung function testing are the minimum required for clinical examinations, these tests alone are not sufficient for disease characterization. Therefore, the use of computed… CONTINUE READING

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