Lung nodules are a common incidental finding when a CT scan or chest X-ray is done that covers your lung area. This page contains some useful information which may help you to understand what a lung nodule is and how your medical team will look after you.
Patient information leaflet – Understanding lung nodules
This leaflet explains what a lung nodule is, and what to expect if you have been told you have one.
Please click on the links below to view or download the leaflets.
Patient video – Understanding lung nodules
This video provides an introduction to what a lung nodule is, and what to expect if you, or someone you know, have been told a lung nodule has been found on a scan. The video is available in English as well as seven commonly spoken languages in London and transcripts are available to view and download.
Please click on the links below to view or download the videos and/or transcripts.
Patient leaflet – Frequently Asked questions
It is common to have lots of questions if you have been diagnosed with a lung nodule or been asked to attend further CT scans for monitoring. This document provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions in our clinics.
The information provided in this leaflet does not replace information, guidance, or advice provided by your medical team and you should always discuss your individual questions or concerns with them.
Please click on the link below to view or download the leaflet.