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Use of bold and italics

Both bold and italic type should be used sparingly. 

Examples of appropriate use include: 

  1. the subject of the article in the first sentence of the introduction. e.g "Pineal cysts are common incidental findings"
  2. sequence names in bullet list for MRI e.g T1 :  (see here)
  3. bacterial Latin binomial, e.g E. coli

Neither bold nor italic should be used to emphasise word in the middle of a paragraph. 

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