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Style guide and help
The style guide at radiopaedia.org is a document that aims to set out guidelines to help authors write content in a uniform way such that there is cohesiveness across the whole site.
- general overview of Radiopaedia.org
- copyright issues
- browsers supported
Articles are the meat of Radiopaedia.org. This is where we link together our collective knowledge to form meaningful
- article structure
- eponymous syndromes
- numbers and operators
- a note on figures / percentages
In an attempt to be even more open about what articles we rate and which we think need more work, we have implemented a star rating system for our articles.
Good cases are vital for Radiopaedia.org. All articles need good images from great cases. But, cases are so much more than just a simple image to demonstrate a single point. They allow you to summarise patient presentation, symptomatology, image findings and then link that back to articles that are relevant.
- anatomy of the perfect case
- patient confidentiality
- attributes and selection tools