Standard article structure
Citation, DOI, disclosures and article data
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 Frank Gaillard had the following disclosures:
- Radiopaedia Australia Pty Ltd and Radiopaedia Events Pty Ltd, Director, Founder and CEO (Radiopaedia) (ongoing)
- Biogen Australia Pty Ltd, Investigator-Initiated Research Grant for CAD software in multiple sclerosis: finished Oct 2021 (past)
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Standard article structure is important on Radiopaedia.org so that we have a consistent article structure and maintain uniformity across the whole site.
A typical article should have an article title and then is broken down into a set of standard sections, although, not every article has each and every section. The order of sections is, however, fixed. In other words, "Clinical presentation" always comes before "Radiographic features" even if there is no need for a "Pathology" section.
All of these sections should have a Heading 1 (H1) style chosen from the editing toolbar. The one exception is the introduction, which is not titled and is purely in "normal" text.
Introduction (no heading)
Special purpose articles
The above structure should be used in most instances, except for the following specific special purpose articles:
short article structure (e.g. a specific sign)