Radiopaedia.org is a rapidly growing, open-edit radiology resource, compiled by radiologists and other health professionals from across the globe. Radiopaedia’s mission is to create the best radiology reference the world has ever seen and to make it available for free, for ever, for all.
All we need to accomplish this is for you to share some of your expertise and a few of your precious moments. By pooling our collective knowledge and experience, we can make a real difference in how people all over the world are imaged and diagnosed. Every new article, every case, and every correction counts. Signing up is free and contributing your first edit will only take you a few minutes.
As a member of Radiopaedia, you can create your own interesting case library as well as help improve articles on the site. You can use the thousands of cases to help teach your peers and promote radiology and medicine more broadly.
You can be an individual contributor or you can have your institution verified and join with your colleagues to combine your case libraries together.
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Working together to create content
Articles are collaborative efforts to provide a single canonical page on any and all topics relevant to the practice of radiology. As such, articles are written and edited by a great many users over a period of time. Although this can be intimidating at first, the end result is something far more valuable than what can be achieved purely through individual effort. So, if collaboration is not your thing, writing articles is not for you. We like properly referenced content with subscription-free (open access) references, allowing readers and editors to cross-check the validity of articles and their content.
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Sharing your interesting cases with the world
Each case page presents a single case to the community. While these cases belong to the contributing user, they can be viewed by the community and added to articles, tutorials, or quizzes. Sharing cases on Radiopaedia.org is different to writing articles. You can upload your interesting cases. You or others can then link them to existing articles. Moreover, you can add descriptions of the case and the imaging safe in the knowledge that only you (as well as editors and site administrators) can edit them.
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Exceptional cases and up-to-date articles are vital for Radiopaedia.org. To take the first steps towards contributing content just access our Editing Articles Quick Start Guide.