Welcome to icnet.uk
The history of icnet.uk on this page. Below, is the major focus now, lung cancer.
My new pages on lung cancer are being put here, at last. They are actively undergoing editing day by day.
Section 1a – Introduction
- 1A – Incidence of lung Cancer
- 1B – Lung Cancer and Smoking
- 1C – Signs and Symptoms of Lung Cancer
Section 1b – Screening
- 1D – Introduction to Lung Cancer Screening.
- 1E – Evidence to support Lung Cancer Screening.
- 1F – Benefits and harms of Lung Cancer Screening
- 1G – Low Dose CT Screening and More Trials
- 1H – Risk Models of Lung Cancer
- 1I – Guidelines for Lung Cancer Screening
- 1J – Reduced mortality and Cost Effectiveness in Screening
- 1K -Future Developments in Lung Cancer Detection.
Section 2 – Imaging in Lung Cancer Screening
- 2A- Computed Tomography CT Scans
- 2B – Who should be Screened for Lung Cancer?
- 2C – Lung-RADS, Diagnostic Categories and Quality Control
- 2D – Positive CT Scan – What Happens Next?
- 2E – Making the Tissue Diagnosis and Tests
- 2F – Developments in Lung Imaging and Radiographic Staging
- 2G – Imaging in Advanced Lung Cancer.
Section 3 – Benign Lung Conditions
- 3A – Introduction. Anatomy of the Normal Lung and the Smoker’s Lung.
- 3B – The Solitary Pulmonary Nodule or ‘Lonely Lump’.
- 3C – Models for Predicting Malignancy in Solitary Pulmonary Nodules.
- 3D – Benign but Beastly: Congenital and Inflammatory Lung Conditions
- 3E – Benign but Beastly: Infectious and Vascular Lung Conditions
- 3F – Benign Lung Tumors
- 3G – More Benign Lung Tumors
Section 4 – Atypcial and In-Situ Lung Conditions
- 4A- Atypical and In-Situ Lung Problems: Classifications and Hyperplasia
- 4B- ‘In-situ’ Lung Carcinomas, Dysplasia and grading, Progression of changes:
Section 5 – Types of Lung Canceer
- 5A- Introduction: Incidence and Classification of Lung Cancer
- 5B- Adenocarcinoma and subtypes
- 5C- Squamous Cell, Large-Cell and Sarcomatoid Lung Cancer
- 5D- Neuroendocrine Carcinomas and Metastases
- 5E- Mesothelioma Carcinoma and Asbestos
- 5F- Pulmonary Lymphomas
Section 6 – Pathology Tests and what they mean
- 6A – The Pathology Report
- 6B – Methods of Lung Sampling for Diagnosis
- 6C – Lung Cytology
- 6D – Diagnosis and Guidelines of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
- 6E – The Role of Immunohistochemistry
- 6F – The Use of Immunohistochemistry in Diagnosis
- 6G – Prognostic and Predictive Immunohistochemistry
- 6H – Molecular Techniques and Approved Tests in Lung Cancer Diagnosis
Section 7 – Lung Cancer Staging
- 7A – The Numbered Staging System in NSCLC
- 7B – The TNM Staging System in Lung Cancer
- 7C – Diagnostic Staging in NSCLC
- 7D – Staging in Small-Cell Lung Cancer: Limited and Extensive Disease
Section 8 – Treatment of Lung Cancer
- 8A- Treatment of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC)
- 8B- Treatment of Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC)
- 8C – Lung Cancer Recurrence and Treatments in the Future
My apologies for the bare appearance. icnet.uk is undergoing deep maintenance.
Yup, I’m putting some of my own cancer research from earlier in my career, onto the web, because its highly visual educational material.
Hello as well
. I like to joke, but it’s hard to joke about cancer. But research is fair game. I once did a study in which one third of subjects were cured, one third of subjects died, and the third rat ran away.
Dr. Halls has a few other websites, the oldest being www.halls.md (which has some useful medical content, including an important Breast Cancer Risk Calculator). I love reading about weight loss surgery, as I am looking into shedding some inches.
Dr. Halls is still an active full-time radiologist who does all modalities including mammography and has a collection of information about types of breast cancer and its diagnosis, on this website breast-cancer.ca.
The first half of Dr. Halls career was at the Cross Cancer Institute, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Some of his research involved developing MRI techniques for breast cancer staging, of axilla lymph nodes and lymphadenopathy and internal mammary lymph node locations and sizes. Hopefully that will find it way onto this website here, in future months. Some very beautiful MRI images, if you click on those links above.