Scientific Formal (Paper) Presentations pdf
CODE: SST03
ISP: Chest (Lung Nodule II)
  • DATE:Friday
  • TIME:10:30-12:00 PM
  • LOCATION: E451B
PARTICIPANTS
  • David Yankelevitz MD - Research Grant, Carestream Health, IncResearch Grant, AstraZeneca PLCRoyalties, General Electric Company
  • Moderator
  • Heber Macmahon MD - License agreement, Hologic, IncLicense agreement, General Electric CompanyLicense agreement, Toshiba CorporationLicense agreement, Deus Technologies, LLCLicense agreement, Riverain MedicalLicense agreement, MEDIAN TechnologiesLicense agreement, Mitsubishi Corporation
  • Moderator
CME CONTENT CODES
  •   Chest Radiology
  •   Computed Tomography
CREDIT CATEGORIES
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™: 1.5
  • ARRT Category A+ Credit: 1.5
SUBSPECIALTY CONTENT
  • Chest Radiology
  • Computed Tomography
SPECIAL
  • Virtual Meeting

SST03-01  Chest Keynote Speaker
SST03-02  Features of Resolving and Non-resolving Indeterminate Pulmonary Nodules on Short-term Follow-up CT: The NELSON Study
SST03-03  Invasive Pulmonary Adenocarcinomas vs Their Pre-invasive Lesions Appearing as Ground-Glass Nodules: Differentiation Using Thin-Section CT Features 
SST03-04  Investigation of Zonal Distribution of Ground Glass Opacity (GGO) Adenocarcinoma in Non-smokers
SST03-05  Comparison of Three Software Systems for Semiautomatic Volumetry of Pulmonary Nodules Using Phantom and Lung Cancer Screening Data
SST03-06  Measurement Variability of Commercially Available Volumetry Software in Pulmonary Ground-glass Nodules: Variations in Volume, Attenuation and Mass
SST03-07  Computer-assisted Quantitative Analysis of CT Images of Lung Adenocarcinomas: Correlation with IASLC Pathologic Classification and Interobserver Agreement
SST03-08  Dynamic First-Pass Perfusion Area-Detector CT Analyzed by Newly Developed and Previously Applied Methods vs Dynamic First-Pass MRI vs FDG-PET/CT: Differential Capability of Malignant SPN from Benign SPN
SST03-09  High Accuracy for Preoperative Pulmonary Lesion Characterization Using the Interpreting Combination of Visual Perfusion and Quantitative Diffusion MR Imaging

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