Lung cancer. Part 2

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Objectives: to familiarize doctors with features of different non-invasive methods of diagnosis

Tasks: to know purposes and features of different radiological methods of diagnosis

Lecturer: Mr Vladimir Anikin

UK, Harefield

Consultant cardiothoracic surgeon

Mr Vladimir Anikin is a consultant thoracic surgeon at Harefield Hospital. He has expertise in all areas of thoracic and oesophageal surgery.

Areas of expertise

Mr Anikin has wide experience in all areas of thoracic and oesophageal surgery, including general thoracic surgical procedures (excluding transplantation), diagnostic and interventional endoscopy. He has performed a significant number of complex lung resection procedures, in patients with advanced tumours using bronchial and vascular reconstruction. Mr Anikin is also experienced in advanced video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) for lung and mediastinal tumours, including VATS lobectomy and segmentectomies.

Program modules

Lung cancer: non-invasive methods of diagnosis

MODULE 1 Duration: 16 minutes

What are the symptoms of lung cancer, what they depend on? Features of paraneoplastic syndromes in patients with lung cancer. Different radiological methods of diagnosis in management of patients with lung cancer, examples of images.