Featured cases

Last revised by Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard on 23 Nov 2017

Featured cases are a way for our editorial board to highlight public cases that that are awesome in some way and are shown on our homepage as "case of the day".

They need not be rare or unusual. Good examples of common pathology, or a good diagram, or cases with pathology specimens or clinical photographs all offer something to our community. Generally, cases with high diagnostic certainty and high completeness percentage are chosen. 

In addition to being displayed on the homepage, we may also select cases to be promoted on our various social media outlets (e.g. Facebook and Twitter). 

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