Although Radiopaedia.org initially favoured the use of British spelling, e.g. "haemorrhage" rather than "hemorrhage", it has been decided that is silly and pointless to argue over such things.
Several of our current editors favour British spelling, but its accepted that we will have a mix on UK and US spellings on the site. While either spelling is fine, we prefer the UK spelling for the title of articles. Alternative spellings can be included in the synonyms section, e.g. US English.
Some discussion about specific word choices:
All words with prefixes (e.g. hyper, hypo, intra, extra) should be one word, with a hyphen if a duplicate letter is present:
Synonyms & Alternative Spellings
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