How to add references

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Description This page provides basic instructionsThis glossary term has not yet been described. for the use of the wikitext syntax on dermoscopediaDermoscopedia is the name of this website and is providing state of knowledge information concerning dermoscopy - a non invasive diagnostic method. for editors / authors for adding referencesThis is material contained in a footnote or bibliography holding further information. to pages.
Author(s) Karsten Hoffmeyer · Ralph P. Braun
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Status update March 7, 2018
Status by Ralph P. Braun


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This page provides basic instructions for the use of the wikitext syntax on dermoscopedia for editors / authors for adding references and references lists to pages.


Add references

ReferencesThis is material contained in a footnote or bibliography holding further information. are automatically inserted by dermoscopedia. Please post the following syntax in the editor and replace the X's with the PUBMED ID (PMID) which is listed with every reference:

{{PubMed|XXXXXXXXXX}}

The wiki will then take care of the rest and automatically insert the reference at the end of the article.

Example

If you place the following text in the wiki

{{PubMed|28515989}}

The wiki will automatically replace this with the reference number and add the full reference at the end of the article.

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Add references list

To add a references list to the bottom of a page place the following template at the bottom of the page:

{{H2|References}}

The wiki will then take care of the rest and automatically render the list of references.

Example


References
  1. Cusick et al.: Laugier-Hunziker syndrome: a case of asymptomatic mucosal and acralPertaining to peripheral body parts, especially hands, feet, fingers, and toes. hyperpigmentation. Dermatol Pract Concept 2017;7:27-30. PMID: 28515989. DOI.