You may have noticed that some links in Radiopaedia are grey (dead) rather than blue (active). They indicate a link to a not-yet-existing article; as soon as it is written that article turns blue and is correctly linked.
Over the last month or so we challenged our editors to write 5 new articles each hence turning many grey links blue.
At the end of this project, it's not just fifty grey-shaded links that changed color. Collectively a staggering 115 new articles were created by our editors. A special note of appreciation goes to Craig Hacking who contributed 54 new articles alone, Frank Gaillard (11), Andrew Murphy (10), and Vincent Tatco (7).
Here are just a few:
- ameloblastic fibro-odontoma - Pir Abdul Ahad Aziz
- normal pediatric imaging examples - Ian Bickle
- ligament of Treitz - Yair Glick
- phenytoin cerebellar degeneration - Frank Gaillard
- tibioperoneal trunk - Craig Hacking
- mediastinum (ITMIG classification) - Henry Knipe
- cervical enlargement - Owen Kang
- single contrast barium enema - Matt Morgan
- windowing (CT) - Andrew Murphy
- incidental findings on trauma CT - Vikas Shah
- double switch procedure - Vincent Tatco
We hope to have inspired our fellow radiology-minded professionals to also contribute new articles. So next time you see a grey link and realize that article is yet to be written, feel free to fade away some grey links yourself.
Have a look at our instructions if you don't know where to start. Our community is there to help and expand whatever you start out with.