Sharing cases and playlists
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At the time the article was created Frank Gaillard had no recorded disclosures.View Frank Gaillard's current disclosures
At the time the article was last revised Amanda Er had the following disclosures:
- Radiopaedia Events Pty Ltd, Speaker fees (past)
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Sharing cases and playlists is a cornerstone of what Radiopaedia is all about. As such we offer a number of ways for cases and playlists to be shared and these can be accessed via the "share" button. Each of the ways of sharing has its own URL and all you need to do is copy one and share online, via email or on social media.
Normal or fullscreen presentation mode
Both cases and playlists can be viewed in two modes: normal view (like this article, white background, header etc...) and presentation mode (dark with large images and a PACS-like user interface).
Case: this is the normal view (case example)
Playlist: this is the normal view (playlist example)
You can also get clever. If you want to share a case or playlist in fullscreen mode but want it to start on a study (rather than the clinical presentation/demographic page) then you can do that too.
copy the share link as above
visit that link by pasting it into the browsers address bar
navigate to the study you want to start on
copy that URL and use it to share the case/playlist
You can do all of the above in two ways: showing the diagnoses or keeping the diagnoses hidden. The latter is a great way to run quizzes especially if you combine this with unlisted cases/playlists.
To share with diagnosis hidden, just choose the appropriate links in the "share" menu.