Last revised by Daniel J Bell on 10 Sep 2021

Sentence spacing is the space between the full stop (AmE: period) and the next sentence. Single sentence spacing should be used throughout Radiopaedia to ensure consistency.


This is an example of a correct sentence. Another sentence follows it.

A stylistically-incorrect sentence has two spaces between sentences.  The double space between this sentence and the one before does not therefore conform to the recommended Radiopaedia style!

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