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The New “Chest Imaging and Pathology for Clinicians” Section of CHEST

Suhail Raoof, MD, FCCP; David P. Nadich, MD, FCCP; William D. Travis, MD
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Affiliations: Brooklyn, NY
 ,  New York, NY
 ,  Dr. Raoof is affiliated with the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, New York Methodist Hospital. Dr. Nadich is affiliated with the Department of Radiology, Tisch Hospital, New York University Medical Center. Dr. Travis is affiliated with the Department of Pathology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

Correspondence to: Suhail Raoof, MD, FCCP, New York Methodist Hospital, Pulmonary Division, 506 Sixth St, Brooklyn, NY 11215; e-mail: sur9016@nyp.org



Chest. 2006;130(5):1287-1289. doi:10.1378/chest.130.5.1287
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A new section in CHEST, “Chest Imaging and Pathology for Clinicians,” is being launched in this issue. As the coordinators of this section, we would like to take this opportunity to summarize the goals and objectives of this new section and of the “Instructions to Authors.” Our initial goal is to publish cases over a 3-year period in which imaging and pathology combine to form a core curriculum of basic clinical entities that are frequently encountered in daily practice. We intend to cover the entire spectrum of thoracic disease. While the major focus will be to highlight the variety of chest imaging modalities currently available with emphasis placed on the value of the specific radiographic signs for diagnosing disease, an equal emphasis will be placed on histopathologic and cytologic correlations to confirm and edify chest imaging interpretation.

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