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Managing interstitial lung disease detected on CT during lung cancer screening

Brian D Southern, Rachel G Scheraga, Ruchi Yadav
Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 2016, 83 (1): 55-65
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As long-term smokers undergo computed tomography (CT) to screen for lung cancer, cases of interstitial lung disease are being discovered incidentally. This article explains how to distinguish among the most common forms of interstitial lung disease in this situation and the role of primary care physicians in managing them.

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