Instructions to Authors
- Use as many representative images you believe necessary to adequately demonstrate the pathology of interest. The fewer the better, but there are some cases which require many serial images.
- Try to limit your text/discussion slides to one to three slides only. The emphasis in your discussion should be on key findings, key associated facts, and important differentials. These are not designed to be comprehensive. The goal is to create a short, but effective learning tool.
- Please review some example cases on our site prior to submission.
- Submit your finished PowerPoint to email@example.com.
Terms of Agreement
Radiology Online cases contain images from real patients. Institutions have their own guidelines regarding non-research, educational material on real patients. Authors must ensure that they are compliant with their home institution’s guidelines on such educational materials in compliance with HIPAA, including anonymization before submission, with removal of all protected health information.
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- The author is expressing the consensus opinion of all the contributing authors, who have made a good faith attempt to be accurate and informative.
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- To the best of their knowledge, the author agrees that the case material is not copyrighted or otherwise licensed elsewhere.
- If a previously published image is used, the author has obtained permission from the image owner to use the image for the purpose of publication on Radiology Online and will acknowledge this on the slide by adding the following: “Image courtesy of and published with permission of (names of owner, author, or publisher, as appropriate)”.
- If a previously published image is used, the author will add the citation to the references slide.
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