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Coin Ingestion
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Arachnoid cyst, expanding
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Spondylodiscitis L4/5
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Henoch-Schoenlein Purpura
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The case submission form is self-explanatory.  The following tips are helpful for new users:

1. Text-Entry: In the entry form, you must fill out the required fields (marked with an asteric).  Preparation of your text can be done in Word or another word-processor, and can be transferred to our site using the "cut & paste" option.   

2. Image-Entry: After sending your text, you will find the Image-Entry form.  Here you may send as many image files as you would like.  Your image will then be transferred to the PedRad.info server.  After each successfully transferred image, you will be given the option to send a further image.  

3. Editing your case: Click first on the box ->Save<- and then on ->Send entry<-.  In this case, your entry will not be sent to the editor.  You will receive an email with link information at the email address you have provided. This link that you receive will only be accessible and visible to you.  Your entry can be changed at any time.  Once your entry is to your liking, uncheck the  ->Save<- box.  By doing so, your entry will be sent to our editors for reviewing.  

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Just save your PowerPoint presentation as JPG images.  Select "Save As":  JPG-file.  All slides will be saved as JPG images in the directory of your choice.  

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