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See also is a way of presenting articles that may be of interest to the reader. This article deals with how to present this as an option within the article itself. This is usually used when more information about a section can be found elsewhere. The see also section at the end of articles is another way to reference additional reading material which is related to the topic.


Standard format

Where we refer to an article that expands upon the topic of a paragraph, we tend to use the format:

See: main article

Long format

This works in the majority of cases, although where there is more explanation needed, it may be more relevant to embody the link in prose: 

This article discusses abdominal manifestations of sarcoidosis. A general discussion can be read in the main article on sarcoidosis.

Bulleted format

The main article refers to general information about TB and then links to the articles written for more specific manifestations of the disease, e.g. pulmonary manifestations of TB.  Since there are many sub-articles, the best way to achieve this is to use a nested bulleted list. 

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