Draft cases

Last revised by Dr Daniel J Bell on 07 Aug 2021

Draft cases are your 'work in progress'. When you first create a case, you may not have the time to finish it off (see case publishing guidelines) and may wish to keep in 'draft mode' for some time. 

Draft cases are not:

  • visible to other users
  • indexed by search engines
  • able to be added to articles
  • able to be added to playlists
  • able to be shared
  • sent to moderation/review until published

You can keep cases in draft mode as long as you like. All users have up to 10 draft cases at any one time. If you need more than 10 draft cases, you can become a Radiopaedia.org supporter; additional draft cases are one of the many perks. 

Despite being 'draft', uploaded images still must not contain any patient identifiable data. See article on patient confidentiality.

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