Subsolid nodules are common on chest CT and may be either benign or malignant. Their varied features, and broad differential diagnoses present management challenges. While subsolid nodules often represent lung adenocarcinomas, other possibilities are common, and influence management. Practice guidelines exist for subsolid nodule management for both incidentally and screening-detected nodules, incorporating patient and nodule characteristics. This review will highlight similarities and differences amongst these algorithms, with the intent of providing a resource for comparison, and aid in choosing management options.