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Multicentre evaluation of multidisciplinary team meeting agreement on diagnosis in diffuse parenchymal lung disease: a case-cohort study Agreement between MDTMs for diagnosis in diffuse lung disease is acceptable and good for a diagnosis of IPF, as validated by the non-significant greater prognostic separation of an IPF diagnosis made by MDTMs than the separation of a diagnosis made by individual clinicians or radiologists. Furthermore, MDTMs made the diagnosis of IPF with higher confidence and more frequently than did clinicians or radiologists. This difference is of particular importance, because accurate and consistent diagnoses of IPF are needed if clinical outcomes are to be optimised. Inter-multidisciplinary team agreement for a diagnosis of hypersensitivity pneumonitis is low, highlighting an urgent need for standardised diagnostic guidelines for this disease.
Ref: RMCR_2017_75_R1 Title: Xanthomatous pleuritis Journal: Respiratory Medicine Case Reports Dear Dr. singh, I am pleased to inform you that your revised paper has been accepted for publication. The letter outlining your specific response to the reviewer’s comments is very important and when well done and very clear, can speed the acceptance of your revision. . Now that your manuscript has been accepted for publication it will proceed to copy-editing and production. Thank you for submitting your work to Respiratory Medicine Case Reports. We hope you consider us again for future submissions. Kind regards, Professor Barbara Yawn, MD MSc Editor-in-Chief Respiratory Medicine Case Reports