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We know you all want to help, and you may be tempted to "cut and paste" sections of journal articles, textbooks, webpages into Radiopaedia.org cases and articles. However, be warned that even copying single sentences is unacceptable, even if you reference the source. Similarly merely changing one or two words in a paragraph is not sufficient.
Please take the time to find a couple of references, read and understand them and write content in your own words.
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