Case title

Each case should have a case title which can be entered in its dedicated box. The case title is best labelled as just the diagnosis of the case:

  • Hepatoma


  • Interesting case of a patient with hepatoma
  • Pathologically proven hepatoma (this should be included in the case description)

Titles should be in sentence case:

  • Myeloma with extraskeletal involvement


  • myeloma with extraskeletal involvement
  • Myeloma With Extra Skeletal Involvement

Read more about capitalisation

Use the full name of the condition rather than abbreviations:

  • Developmental venous anomaly


  • DVA
  • Development venous anomaly (DVA)

Under occasional circumstances, a specific point may need to be highlighted in addition to the diagnosis. The following format is recommended:

  • Myeloma - occult on plain film
    • with a "-" followed by the point you wish to specify
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