Radiopaedia is a rapidly growing open-edit radiology resource which has been primarily complied by radiologists and radiology residents / registrars / fellows from across the globe. Our mission is to create the best radiology reference available, and to make it available for free, forever, for all. It is designed to facilitate a meaningful collaboration between contributing users from across the globe, as well as allow non-contributors to browse through thousands of articles and interesting and illustrative cases as well as get involved in editing or adding content. Radiopaedia.org has two major components: 1. articles and 2. cases. Articles are entirely collaborative and cover any and all topics relevant to the practice of radiology. Cases belong to the contributing user, and are shared with the site, allowing them to be included in articles, as well as used in tutorials or quiz mode. While the primary aim of Radiopaedia.org is to allow the creation of an up to date resource for the radiology community, it is also about creating a community. It is focused on bringing together like-minded folk who can collaborate on Radiopaedia.org content as well as on other projects.
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