Lung Cancer Screening

Posted On 2021-12-30 17:14:02

This series on “Lung Cancer Screening” was edited by Dr. Sandra Starnes, MD, Division of Thoracic Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, USA. This series systematically covered the most significant and challenging issues regarding lung cancer screening, e.g., the risks and prediction models, technologies and strategies, methods and procedures, as well as outcomes, etc. Besides, this series included renowned experts from different medical centers in the USA.

Lung cancer screening: the past, the present and the future
Sandra L. Starnes

Review Article
The evidence behind lung cancer screening: a narrative review of randomized clinical trials
Vincent J. Mase Jr, Ulas Kumbasar, Frank C. Detterbeck

A narrative review of lung cancer screening: risks of lung cancer screening
Natthaya Triphuridet, David F. Yankelevitz, Andrea Wolf

A narrative review of risk prediction models for lung cancer screening
Aaron R. Dezube, Michael T. Jaklitsch

Opportunities and challenges in lung cancer screening implementation: a narrative review
Eduardo R. Nunez, Katrina A. Steiling, Virginia R. Litle

A narrative review of lung cancer screening implementation: increasing utilization of evidence-based practice
James A. Miller, Robert M. Van Haren

Biomarkers in lung cancer screening: a narrative review
Hannah N. Marmor, J. Tyler Zorn, Stephen A. Deppen, Pierre P. Massion, Eric L. Grogan

Narrative review of radiomics for classifying pulmonary nodules and potential impact on lung cancer screening
Matthew J. Stephens

A narrative review of lung cancer screening in underserved populations
Omar Toubat, Elizabeth A. David

The series “Lung Cancer Screening” was commissioned by the editorial office, Current Challenges in Thoracic Surgery without any sponsorship or funding. Sandra Starnes served as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.