The aim of this work is to review interstitial lung fibrosis Imaging Reporting and Data System (ILF-RADS) that was designed for reporting of interstitial lung fibrosis (ILF). Findings include pulmonary and extrapulmonary findings and is subsequently designed into 4 categories. Pulmonary findings included lung volume, reticulations, traction bronchiectasis, honeycomb, nodules, cysts, ground glass, consolidation, mosaic attenuation and emphysema, and distribution of pulmonary lesions; axial (central, peripheral and diffuse), and zonal distribution (upper, middle, and lower zones). Complications in the form of acute infection, acute exacerbation, and malignancy were also assessed. Extrapulmonary findings included mediastinal, pleural, tracheal, and bone or soft tissue lesions. The lexicon of usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) was classified into 4 categories designated as belonging in 1 of 4 categories. Lexicon of ILF-RADS-1 (typical UIP), ILF-RADS-2 (possible UIP), ILF-RADS-3 (indeterminate for UIP), and ILF-RADS-4 (inconsistent with UIP).