Imaging and PET-CT of lung cancer (in French)

      Lung cancer is one of the most frequent occurring cancers in the world. Imaging plays a critical role for screening, diagnosing, staging, and following patients. Although morphologic imaging such as chest X-ray and CT is still useful for these purposes, major limitations occur in the proper evaluation and staging. This paper will review the role of imaging in patients suspected or diagnosed with lung cancer.
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