We have had a great year of case uploads - thank you to everyone who has contributed. Led by managing editor Dr Andrew Dixon, many of these cases were shared via social media and here we countdown the top 3 by views. 

 

Pneumothorax - bilateral contributed by Dr Hani Salam. A classic teaching case. 

 

Teapot syndrome with grade 4 acrofemoral synostosis contributed by Dr Matt Skalski. Another great April Fools' case that got a few people going! 

 

Intraperitoneal zucchini contributed by Dr Frank Gaillard. Well then... not too much to say here...

 

Dr Henry Knipe is a radiology registrar at The Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia, and is managing editor responsible for content development at Radiopaedia.org. Twitter: @DrHenryK.

NB: Opinions expressed are those of the author alone, and are not those of his employer nor of Radiopaedia.org

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