Comparative article structure

Dr Tim Luijkx and Dr Henry Knipe et al.

The comparative article structure is used to guide articles that are based on comparing two conditions, i.e. "Condition 1 vs  condition 2". 


The article title should follow the "Condition 1 vs condition 2" format.


The first sentence should include a sentence similar to "distinguish between condition 1 and condition 2". 


The remainder of the article should use headings as similar as possible to the standard article structure with comparison occurring below these. There will be subheadings that do not fit in with the standard article structure, and the use and naming of these headings is at the discretion of the editorial board. 


Help and Style Guide

Article information

rID: 47460
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:

Support Radiopaedia and see fewer ads

Updating… Please wait.

 Unable to process the form. Check for errors and try again.

 Thank you for updating your details.