Lung CT Program
Lung CT Treatments & Services
Screening exams are used to find disease before patients experience symptoms. The goal of lung cancer screening is to detect cancer at its earliest and most treatable stage. Computed Tomography (CT) scan of the chest is used to screen for pulmonary nodules — collections of abnormal tissue within the lungs that may be early manifestations of lung cancer. These nodules are often detectable by lung screening before physical symptoms of lung cancer develop. Early detection of pulmonary nodules has been shown to improve lung cancer survival.
Tobacco Use & Lung Screening
If you’re a current smoker, you can greatly reduce your risk of lung cancer and improve your overall health by choosing to quit. Find out how by following the link below. Tobacco use has been linked to increased risk of developing lung cancer. Lung cancer is a treatable but potentially fatal disease.