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Streamline text manuscript

Authors:

Written in Italic style. Always at the top of each sub topic. Should be written “Authors:“. Names with titles.

Eg. Med. Stud. or MD or Phd or Professor.

Example:

Authors: Magnus Avnstorp, MD, Mia Steffenssen, MD.

Left side menu:

Keep text short, usually maxiumum 28 characters including spacing.

Heading:

Use the ”blocks” to create sub headings. There are three different sizes to choose from: H1, H2, H3. Use the headings in the topic and subtopic instead of italic and bold. H4 and further are not to be used.

example:

The heading of the topic is H1:

Name of Topic e.g. “Types of Melanoma” (H1)

Chapters in the text e.g. “Nodular melanoma” (H2)

Subchapters (H3)

Fonts:

Manuscript may contain bold typing. Never use Italic style or Underline. Instead use subheadings or bold and colon.

Illustrations and photos:

All images and step-by-step cases should contain a text with explanation.

Procedure Cases:

Step-by-step cases must be build on our block: “Step”!

When to chose bullet points:

Short sentences (maximum one line!), without punctum in the end.

Example:

“Flap Classification

To simplify the classifications we listed the most common classifications into three categories.

Definitions:

Use bold and colon:

Example:

“Local skin flap: A flap based on skin tissue adjacent to the excision defect. 
The predominant movement indicates which skin flap is used – i.e., rotation, advancement, transposition, de-epithelized turnover flap.

Donor site: The site from where the flap is harvested.

Primary defect/Recipient site: The wound or tissue defect to be closed with the flap.

Secondary defect: Defect at the donor site of the flap, created when the flap is transferred to the primary defect.”

When to use Bold and Colon:

In general use bold and colon in all text sentences longer than one sentence. May also be used instead of bulletpoints, as bulletpoints are too oldschool.

Acknowledgements:

Illustrators: name name with title

Eg.

Illustrators: Magnus Avnstorp, MD, Mia Steffenssen MD

References:

List of references at the bottom of each sub chapter.


Procedures

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