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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Department of Radiology
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Chest Imaging

Chest imaging plays an important role in the evaluation of nearly all patients in the hospital. Whether a patient comes in for a brain tumor or a foot ulcer, a chest radiograph is one of the first imaging tests a patient usually has. Our subspecialty radiologists in the chest section are experts in interpretation of chest radiographs, CT scans, and MRI. We have extensive experience in lung cancer diagnosis and screening. In fact, Northwestern was one of the sites in the landmark National Lung Cancer Screening Trial. In addition to oncology, the chest imaging section works closely with pulmonary medicine in the diagnosis of many entities including interstitial lung disease and pulmonary hypertension.

The section of chest imaging is composed of a diverse group of radiologists with varied interests. The one thing we have in common is a dedication to patient care and service to our referring clinicians. ”

Rishi Agrawal, MD
Interim Chief of Chest Imaging
Assistant Professor of Radiology

 

Rishi Agrawal, MD

What We Do

 Patient Care

 Education

Our faculty actively participate at all levels in the educational process for Feinberg School of Medicine MD students. We provide comprehensive didactic and clinical thoracic imaging training to the residents of the Department of Radiology. Additionally, we offer a one-year, non-ACGME fellowship position in Thoracic & Cardiac Imaging to train the next generation of thoracic imaging experts.

 Research

The chest imaging team focuses on a variety of research topics including lung cancer screening and treatment, quantitative lung imaging, interstitual lung disease, and medical education. 

Contact Us

Chest Imaging

  • 676 North St. Clair
    Chicago,  IL  60611    (Map it)
  • Phone:  312-695-3737
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