Fleischner

Fleisch·ner

(flīsh'nĕr),
Felix, Austrian-American radiologist, 1893-1969. See: Fleischner lines.
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Diagnostic criteria for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis: a Fleischner Society white paper.
"She was a historian, and that was really unusual--for a black woman to write as a historian of a time and a place and a White House," says Jennifer Fleischner, author of Mrs.
Guidelines for management of small pulmonary nodules detected on CT scans: a statement from the Fleischner Society.
A HRCT scan was performed, and all the three IPF patients were consistent with a definitive usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) pattern on HRCT (which is updated as 'typical UIP' according to the Fleischner Society White Paper[11]), including the presence of bilateral, predominantly subpleural, basal reticular abnormalities, traction bronchiectasis, and honeycombing and the absence of additional features considered incompatible with a diagnosis of IPF.
An abstract/poster from this study has been presented at (1) Fleischner Society (Atul C.
COPD mainly limits airflow during expiration, possibly limiting the diagnostic yield of inspiratory-only protocols; accordingly, the Fleischner Society has suggested the potential additive value of expiratory acquisitions [18].
Pulmonary nodules detected during lung cancer screening are managed using the Fleischner Society recommendations [3] or the Lung-RADS[TM] guidelines [4].
This included but was not limited to nonspecific ground-glass opacities, pulmonary nodules (based upon Fleischner Society guidelines [14]), lymphadenopathy, and pleural effusions.
Feminism and the Problem of Sisterhood (1994), edited by Susan Ostrov Weisser and Jennifer Fleischner, which discusses women with and against other women; Maureen Jones-Ryan's Thicker than Blood.
At times I wished that Fleischner had developed more fully the important implications of her analysis, and a few of her points lack precision, as for example when she refers to Jacobs' Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl as a "canonical woman's text." Despite the recent explosion of interest in Jacobs in certain circles, to describe as "canonical" a book that has only been widely available in a scholarly edition for a decade and has just begun to be closely read seems myopic.