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At the time the article was last revised Henry Knipe had the following disclosures:
- Integral Diagnostics, Shareholder (ongoing)
- Micro-X Ltd, Shareholder (ongoing)
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Each case should have a case title which can be entered in its dedicated box - a clear and concise case title is vital to having the educational case library well organized and easy to navigate.
The case title is best labeled as just the diagnosis of the case:
Interesting case of a patient with hepatoma
Pathologically-proven hepatoma (this should be included in the case description)
No full stop/period should be placed at the end of the case title, e.g. "Hepatoma" not "Hepatoma."
Titles should be in sentence case:
Myeloma with extraskeletal involvement
myeloma with extraskeletal involvement
MYELOMA WITH EXTRASKELETAL INVOLVEMENT
Myeloma With Extra Skeletal Involvement
Read more about capitalization.
Full names, not abbreviations
Use the full name of the condition rather than abbreviations.
Developmental venous anomaly
Development venous anomaly (DVA)
The exception to this is if
the abbreviation is better known than the full name in which case it can be included or even used solely if the term is very long.
Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor (DNET)
or occasionally the pathological diagnosis, and therefore the case title, will include NOS (not otherwise specified) e.g. adenocarcinoma NOS
Highlighting a specific point
Under occasional circumstances, a specific point may need to be highlighted in addition to the diagnosis. Please format using a hyphen, with a space separating either side of the hyphen from the two words it lies between:
Myeloma - occult
Specify special technique
Each series in a case already has a modality and as such adding this routinely is not required. There are, however, occasions where the case includes something specific and not routine that may be of use. These should be added in brackets. Examples include:
Liver adenoma (CEUS)
Scimitar syndrome (CMR)
Specify illustration, diagram, photo or pathology
Similarly, occasionally you may want to specify that a case only consists of an illustration or a photo. Modalities rarely need to be included in the case title as they are displayed in the search results. This can be done with brackets. Note, even if multiple, the singular should be used.
Fracture classification (illustration)
Base of skull (illustration)
Astrocytoma (gross pathology)