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Standard article structure

Standard article structure is important on Radiopaedia.org so that we have a consistent article structure and maintain uniformity across the whole site.

The following structure should be used in most instances, except for the following specific special purpose articles:

The standard medium to long article structure is broken down into a set of nine standard sections, always presented in this order: 

  1. introduction
  2. terminology
  3. epidemiology
  4. clinical presentation
  5. pathology
  6. radiographic features
  7. treatment and prognosis
  8. history and etymology
  9. differential diagnosis
  10. practical points

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