Lung CT Screening Reporting & Data System 

LungRads_320Lung-RADS™ is a quality assurance tool designed to standardize lung cancer screening CT reporting and management recommendations, reduce confusion in lung cancer screening CT interpretations, and facilitate outcome monitoring.

A complete lexicon and atlas will be developed. The atlas will include a description of a medical audit and outcome monitoring process. The lexicon of lung cancer screening CT terms and the reporting format will standardize the language used reports.

The Lung-RADS Assessment Categories document below contains version 1.1 of Lung-RADS, including the assessment categories and management recommendations.

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Acknowledgements


The ACR acknowledges the contributions of the following:

Lung-RADS 1.1 Committee Members

  • Ella A. Kazerooni, MD, FACR – Chair
  • Denise R. Aberle, MD
  • William C. Black, MD
  • Jared D. Christensen, MD
  • Michael K. Gould, MD, MS
  • Elizabeth Lee, MD
  • Ann N. Leung, MD
  • Reginald F. Munden, MD, DMD, MBA, FACR
  • David Yankelevitz, MD
  • Douglas E. Wood, MD

ACR would like to acknowledge Lahey Clinic for their contributions and input on Lung-RADS 1.1 guidance developed by ACR.

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The Lung-RADS Assessment Categories document below contains version 1.0 of Lung-RADS, including the assessment categories and management recommendations. 

The ACR acknowledges the contributions of the following:

Lung-RADS 1.0 Committee Members

  • Ella Kazerooni, MD, FACR – Chair
  • Denise R. Aberle, MD
  • William C. Black, MD
  • Michael K. Gould, MD, MS
  • Ann N. Leung, MD
  • Brady J. McKee, MD
  • Reginald F. Munden, MD, DMD, MBA, FACR
  • David Yankelevitz, MD

ACR would like to acknowledge Lahey Clinic for their contributions and input on Lung-RADS 1.0 guidance developed by ACR.

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