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This page is the Libre Pathology manual of style. It describes the format of the librepathology.org, i.e. this web site.

Introduction

A general introduction to the wiki mark-up language can be found in the How to edit article.

Infobox diagnosis

Details are found here Template:Infobox diagnosis.

It is generated by inserting the following text:


{{ Infobox diagnosis
| Name       = {{PAGENAME}}
| Image      = 
| Width      =
| Caption    = 
| Synonyms   =
| Micro      =
| Subtypes   =
| LMDDx      =
| Stains     =
| IHC        =
| EM         =
| Molecular  =
| IF         =
| Gross      =
| Grossing   =
| Staging    =
| Site       =
| Assdx      =
| Syndromes  =
| Clinicalhx =
| Signs      =
| Symptoms   =
| Prevalence =
| Bloodwork  =
| Rads       =
| Endoscopy  =
| Prognosis  =
| Other      =
| ClinDDx    =
| Tx         =
}}

Infobox external links

Details are found here Template:Infobox external links.

{{ Infobox external links
| Name            = {{PAGENAME}}
| EHVSC           = 
| EHVSC_mult      =
| pathprotocols   = 
| wikipedia       =
| pathoutlines    =
| rosaicollection =
}}

Name of entity

  • Ideally should be World Health Organization (WHO) name.
  • Names should reflect the pathogenesis as is understood currently.
  • The use of common misnomers is discouraged.
    • Some terms are tolerated... if they are very common, e.g. pyogenic granuloma (better term would be lobular capillary hemangioma).
  • Other names are listed under the heading with also known as (AKA).

Standard headings

Diagnosis article

  • General - this includes, clinical information, prognosis and treatment.
  • Gross - this includes radiology and endoscopic exams.
    • Should link to the applicable grossing page if it exists.
  • Microscopic.
  • Stains.
  • IHC.
  • Molecular (optional).
  • Staging (optional).
  • Sign out.
{{ Infobox diagnosis
| Name       = {{PAGENAME}}
| Image      = 
| Width      =
| Caption    = 
| Synonyms   =
| Micro      =
| Subtypes   =
| LMDDx      =
| Stains     =
| IHC        =
| EM         =
| Molecular  =
| IF         =
| Gross      =
| Grossing   =
| Staging    =
| Site       =
| Assdx      =
| Syndromes  =
| Clinicalhx =
| Signs      =
| Symptoms   =
| Prevalence =
| Bloodwork  =
| Rads       =
| Endoscopy  =
| Prognosis  =
| Other      =
| ClinDDx    =
| Tx         =
}}

==General== 
==Gross== 
==Microscopic==
===Images===
==Stains==
==IHC==
==Molecular==
==Staging==
==Sign out==
==See also==
==References==
{{Reflist|1}}

[[Category:Diagnosis]]

Grossing article

  • Introduction.
  • Protocol.
    • Protocol notes.
      • Staging.
    • Alternate approaches.
  • See also.
    • Related protocols.
  • References.
  • External links.
==Introduction==
==Specimen opening==
==Protocol==
===Protocol notes===
====Staging====
===Alternate approaches===
==See also==
===Related protocols===
==References==
{{Reflist|1}}
==External links==
[[Category:Gross pathology]]

Routine or special stain

{{ Infobox stain
| Name       = {{PAGENAME}}
| Image      = 
| Width      =
| Caption    = 
| Abbrev     =
| Synonyms   =
| Variants   =       
| Similar    =       
| Use        =
| Subspecial =   
| Interpret  = 
| Positive   = 
| Negative   = 
| Other      =
}}

Immunostain

{{ Infobox immunostain
| Name       = {{PAGENAME}}
| Image      = 
| Width      =
| Caption    = 
| Abbrev     =
| Synonyms   =
| Similar    = 
| Clones     =       
| Use        =
| Subspecial =   
| Pattern    = 
| Positive   = 
| Negative   = 
| Other      =
}}

Microscopic (heading)

  • The key feature(s) should be marked.
    • Definition: A key feature is a distinctive common feature that strongly favours the given diagnosis and whose absense would strongly disfavour the diagnosis or exclude it.
      • Examples:
        1. Eosinophils in eosinophilic esophagitis.
        2. Nuclear atypia at the free surface in tubular adenoma.

See also

External links