Bullet points in radiographic appearances
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Bullet points in radiographic appearances have an important part to play, particularly where there are multiple series, e.g. MRI.
When listing MRI appearances, use a new bullet for each sequence and embolden the sequence name. If the sequence name has indented bullets below it, do not add a trailing colon.
- T1: isointense to brain
- signal drop out due to calcification or hemorrhage