Radiopaedia.org has at its core, the mission to create the most comprehensive up to date radiology resource in the world and to make it available to all for free. Part of this mission is about sharing this information, and creating a community of like-minded folk from across the world.
This is one of the reasons we have a presence of Facebook and many other social media networks. We created the Radiopaedia Facebook Group to expand that dialogue and to make it easier for all of us to contribute. Unfortunately as the group has expanded we have been expending more and more time and energy removing spam / advertising and trying to catch inappropriate content (e.g. images with patient details, or requests for copyrighted material etc...). We feel this time could be much better spent on our existing social media outlets as well as the site itself. As such we are going to be closing this group down.
Don't worry though, you can still catch many cases on Radiopaedia.org Facebook page and Radiology Signs Facebook page. As such, we encourage you to upload your cases to Radiopaedia.org as we will be increasing the number of cases shared through our regular outlets, including the cases our current moderators and contributors have been sharing via this group.
Thanks for all the good times, and a big thanks to all of you who participated. Please keep in touch.
Founder / Editor