What do we know about ground-glass opacity nodules in the lung?

Abstract

Ground-glass opacity nodules (GGNs) in the lung attract clinical attention owing to their increasing incidence, unique natural course, and association with lung adenocarcinoma. A long and indolent course of a GGN makes it difficult to manage. Current extensive clinical, radiological, pathological, and genetic studies on GGNs have shed light on their… (More)
DOI: 10.3978/j.issn.2218-6751.2015.04.05

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@article{Lee2015WhatDW, title={What do we know about ground-glass opacity nodules in the lung?}, author={Choon Taek Lee}, journal={Translational lung cancer research}, year={2015}, volume={4 5}, pages={656-9} }