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Some tips on diagnosing fibrosing lung disease 27 Jul 2017

The appearance of idiopathic interstitial pneumonias on high resolution CT scan can be very confusing. The best the radiologist can do is to suggest the most likely diagnosis based upon the imaging appearance, and importantly, in correlation with the clinical findings. This webinar video highlighted some of the key CT features of the idiopathic interstitial pneumonias which can help the radiologist favour one diagnosis over another in this spectrum of fibrotic lung disease processes.

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Dr Nicola Strickland

Dr Strickland is currently the President of Royal College of Radiologists. She is trained in natural sciences and medicine at the University of Oxford. She trained in radiology at Hammersmith Hospital, and is now a consultant radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London. Her radiological specialist interests are chest and oncological body imaging, and imaging informatics. She has held a number of national and international leadership roles, including being President of Management in Radiology of the European Society of Radiology, President of the Radiological Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, Founder and Chairman of the Imaging Informatics Special Interest Group of the UK, President of EuroPACS (a European imaging informatics society) and President of the AngloFrench Medical Society for six years, being a fluent French speaker.