Tags on Radiopaedia.org allow authors to specify a little more about what the article is about and allows articles to be more completely related to articles that are similar.

Additionally there are a number of 'official tags'. 

  • articles
    • cases: [articles only] cases needed to illustrate article. This adds the 'cases needed' info box in right hand column. Add the cases tag if the article could benefit from the addition of additional imaging example(s). As a rough guide, removal of the cases tag may be appropriate for articles with:
      • longer articles/important conditions: four or more cases  
      • shorter articles/rarer conditions: two or more cases
    • duplicate: there is another article covering the same topic. These need to be merged and incoming links checked
    • refs: [articles only]  references needed to complete article
    • stub: [articles only] article is a stub, adds the stub transclusion
  • cases
    • basic: a case is most suitable / relevant to medical students, interns and junior residents (e.g. PGY1-2). Cases are of important / common conditions with typical appearances.
    • intermediate: (e.g. PGY3-4)
    • advanced: a case is suitable / relevant to senior radiology registrars / residents (PGY4-5) / fellows and consultants/attendings. Cases are of rare / uncommon conditions or demonstrate atypical appearances. 
    • poor quality images: the case includes images that are of poor quality
    • stack-it: case contains multiple sequential cross-sectional images which should be in a stack

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