Unlisted cases

Unlisted cases are great if you don't want other users to see them but still want to be able to easily share them with others. 

When you have created a case you can set its visibility to unlisted. 

Unlisted cases are:

  • not...
    • visible to other users when browsing Radiopaedia.org
    • indexed by search engines like Google
    • able to be added to articles
    • able to be added to public playlists
    • eligible for selection as case of the day
  • but can... 
    • be shared with others using the "share" button
    • be added to unlisted playlists
    • can be shared with members of your verified institution 

All users are able to keep 10 unlisted cases at any one time. Any case you contributed can be made unlisted at any time (even if previously public) and any unlisted case can be made public. 

If you need more than 10 unlisted cases, you can become a Radiopaedia.org supporter; additional unlisted cases are one of the many perks. 

De-identification of images

Although the unlisted cases are not visible to the general public, they nonetheless need to be unidentified in accordance with our terms of use.

Similarly, unlisted cases must not include copyrighted material. 

Moderation

Unlisted cases will be reviewed by our editors for patient information and copyright concerns but will not need to adhere to our style guide. Nonetheless, we suggest that you keep to the usual format. The easiest way to learn about this is to complete the "how to create cases" learning pathway

Help and Style Guide

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