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Falcon University™
Author Portal Beta

How to create a GREAT case!

General Tab

Case Title

Keep it short and meaningful!

The case title should generally be short and include the patient's age, gender and a brief description of the symptoms/pathology


  • 32y man with headaches

  • 67y woman with fever

  • 44y man after fall


Make it discoverable

Think of these as hashtags. Add as many as you think they are relevant to your case


  • CT, Brain

  • Cardiac, MRI

  • Musculoskeletal 


Get the user's attention

History is the first thing the users see. Be more descriptive and give information about the patient's medical history, etc.


  • A 34-year-old man presenting in the emergency department after falling from 3m height.

Chapter Title

Keep it short and meaningful!

The chapter title should generally be short and can generally include the case imaging modality and reason for requesting this study.


  • Urgent CT

  • MRI of the Brain - Multiple sclerosis (?)


Give more info

Usually can give a hint to the users about the Chapter's Questions that will follow 


  • Patient underwent emergency non-contrast CT of the brain and neck. Tap on the images to enlarge.


The art of good images

Upload DICOM images that are representative to the pathology you are describing. You can upload as many as 6 images per chapter and a total of 30 images per case. The app will automatically anonymize the DICOM files before they are saved to your case.


Pro Tip:

The app will automatically create a case thumbnail from the first image you upload. You can always change this thumbnail from the media tab. 


Engage with our users and give them great quiz questions

Select between True/False and Multiple choice question formats. 


Pro Tip:

Multiple choice questions can have up to 3 incorrect answers

True/False questions have one answer which you can set as 'Correct" or "Incorrect'

Discussion Tab


Give a recap of the case's imaging findings. 

 You can add a description of the image findings by modality (if more than one).

Differential Diagnosis

The differential diagnosis of the imaging findings above

 List possible differential diagnoses in a bulleted list


The art of good images

Give the final diagnosis here.

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