This issue of Radiologic Clinics focuses on Update on Incidental Cross-sectional Imaging Findings and is edited by Drs. Douglas S. Katz and John J. Hines. Articles will include: General review on the current management of incidental findings on cross-imaging: What guidelines to use, how to follow them, and management and medical-legal considerations; Incidental findings on CT and MR of the brain; Incidental spine findings on CT and MR; Imaging of incidental thyroid nodules; Incidental lung nodules on CT: Current Fleischner Society and other guidelines; Incidental breast findings on CT and MRI; Incidental liver findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental adrenal findings on CT; Incidental splenic findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental pancreatic cysts on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental renal findings on cross-sectional imaging; Incidental bowel findings on CT; Incidental ovarian and uterine findings on cross-sectional imaging; and more!
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Assistant Professor, Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery Department of Radiology Winthrop-University Hospital 259 First Street Mineola, NY 11501
John Hines is Chairman of the Hines Family Foundation for Education, Innovation, and Service (HFF), a non-profit Atlanta, Georgia STEM, Innovation and Technology Workforce enabler, which aims to provide resources, opportunities and support for deserving, underrepresented, underresourced individuals and groups. John is also Managing Director and Chief Technical Officer at JH Technology Associates LLC (JHTA), a California Technology Consulting and Advisory Services company. In December 2012, John retired as NASA-Ames Chief Technologist (CCT) after nearly 37 years of service. Earlier, John was Chief Technologist in the ARC Engineering Directorate, Deputy Chief and Chief Technologist for the Small Spacecraft Division. As originator of the Ames Nanosatellite Missions Office, John initiated, directed or facilitated ten Nanosatellite/ISS/Free Flyer missions.
Chairman of the Hines Family Foundation for Education, Innovation, and Service (HFF)
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