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Pediatric Radiology case #1
Fibrous cortical defect
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Pediatric Radiology case #2
Metatarsus primus varus
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X-Ray 1 of this pediatric radiology teaching file

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Pediatric Radiology case #3
Lung sequestration, extralobar
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MRI 1 of this pediatric radiology teaching file
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Pediatric Radiology case #4
Hydatid torsion
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OP-Situs 1 of this pediatric radiology teaching file

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Enhance your website by offering pediatric radiology cases!


We offer to display our pediatric radiology cases in different modes on your own website. This does not only enhance your website but also helps making valuable pediatric radiology cases available to an even broader audience.


Several display modes which may be customized for YOUR preference are available:

1. Display previews of cases with a known diagnosis.
How to: Put just the following line in the HTML code of your website where you want to display the cases:
<script language="JavaScript" src="http://www.kinderradiologie-online.de/cgi-bin/textin/user_cases.cgi?mod=cases&lang=en"></script>
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2. Display previews of cases in an "exam mode" without diagnosis but only pertinent clinical information.
How to: Put just the following line in the HTML code of your website where you want to display the cases:
<script language="JavaScript" src="http://www.kinderradiologie-online.de/cgi-bin/textin/user_cases.cgi?mod=exam&lang=en"></script>
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3. Display a list of cases with a known diagnosis.
How to: Put just the following line in the HTML code of your website where you want to display the cases:
<script language="JavaScript" src="http://www.kinderradiologie-online.de/cgi-bin/textin/user_cases.cgi?mod=list&lang=en"></script>
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You may even customize the display and show as many cases and images as you want or change the colors to harmonize the display with your website.

Change the number of cases to be displayed by adding the following parameters to the embedded link: &max_c=#
Change the number of images to be displayed for each case by adding the following parameters to the embedded link: &max_i=#
...whereas # needs to be replaced by a number.
Example for displaying 5 cases with up to 4 images for each case:
<script language="JavaScript" src="http://www.kinderradiologie-online.de/cgi-bin/textin/user_cases.cgi?mod=list&max_c=5&max_i=3&lang=en"></script>


By default the number of displayed cases is 2.
By default the number of displayed images per case is 3.
By default the number of listed cases is 20.




You also have the option to change the layout of the displayed cases:
The colors are in hexadecimal code (e.g. #000000 is black and #FFFFFF is white)
The font size is from 1 to 5 (1 = smallest and 5 = largest font size)


The following are parameters may be changed:

color_border (border color of the tables) default: CC3300
color_bg (background color of the tables) default: C0C0C0
color_font (font color of the text) default: 000000
color_font_link (font color of the hyperlinks) default: 500000
size_font (font size of the text) default: 1
size_font_link (font size of the hyperlinks) default: 1
size_font_header (font size of the case header) default: 2
width_table (table width) default: 130 pixels
author (author names) default: no (1 = name with institute, 2 = only name)
last_cases (display last cases) default: no (1 = display last cases, 0 = display random cases)

Example for displaying the cases with a font size of 2 and a white background color:
<script language="JavaScript" src="http://www.kinderradiologie-online.de/cgi-bin/textin/user_cases.cgi?mod=cases&color_bg=FFFFFF&size_font=2&lang=en"></script>

More layout options are in process!


You may also display the cases in German if you add "&lang=de" in the link.

 
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