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Pulmonary Nodule Clinic

We offer specialized, expert care for adults found with small lung nodules after a chest x-ray or CT scanning. The Pulmonary Nodule Clinic brings together lung specialists, thoracic surgeons, oncologists, radiation oncologists, and radiologists who work together as a team that is focused on each individual patient.


Clinic & Specialty Center

715 South 8th Street, Level 2

Clinic hours:

Wednesdays, 9 am - Noon
Appointments: 612-873-6963

What is a lung nodule?

A lung nodule is an abnormality in the lung that often has no symptoms and can be detected on a CT scan or chest x-ray. They are small and round or oval shaped. Nodules can vary in size and location in the lung. Pulmonary nodules are very common and many are discovered each year during routine scans or X-rays.