Mobile version of is here!

For years has only offered a 'desktop' version, even to all of you visiting from your phone or tablet. This has been annoying. We know how many of you look at our cases while on the move. Fortunately this is about to change. 

For the past 18 months we have been re-factoring the entire site to get ready for responsive layout (in other words, adapting the layout of the site to whatever size your device / browser happens to be). Along the way we found many tangential bits of code that needed cleaning up or improving, so the overall task grew in scope and has had wide ranging under-the-hood implications. It has also taken a long time. 

For some months the editorial group has been previewing this new layout in an opt-in fashion. We've loved it. We are now ready to broaden the opt-in audience to all logged in users, before switching this on as the default view for mobile sized devices. 

Not only is the layout far more friendly for small devices, but scrolling behavior of cases has also been changed to make it easier and to support zoom-pan-scroll! 



There will of course be ads, but they have been kept to a minimum. Also, by becoming a supporter you can experience the joys of on mobile without any ads! Learn more about ad-lite/ad-free Radiopaedia for supporters

When logged in, you will see a notification under the header inviting you to opt-in to our responsive layout. Please do so, and please let us know what you think.


A. Prof Frank Gaillard is a neuroradiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, and is the Founder and Editor of 

NB: Opinions expressed are those of the author alone, and are not those of his employer, or of

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Publication date: 4th Aug 2016 05:29 UTC

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