Template:Infobox Anatomy

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{{{Name}}}
[[Image:{{{Image}}}|250px|center|]]
{{{Caption}}}
[[Image:{{{Image2}}}|250px|center|]]
{{{Caption2}}}
लातिन † {{{Latin}}}
Gray's † subject #{{{GraySubject}}}
व्यवस्था † {{{System}}}
आर्टरी † {{{Artery}}}
भेन † {{{Vein}}}
नर्भ † {{{Nerve}}}
लिम्फ † {{{Lymph}}}
प्रिकर्सर † {{{Precursor}}}
MeSH † {{{MeshName}}}
दरल्यान्दस्/एल्सेभायर † {{{DorlandsPre}}}/{{{DorlandsSuf}}}


This section describes how to use Template:Infobox anatomy effectively. The template does not at the current time include summary information about the condition itself. Instead, it contains a consistent interface to other sources that provide information about the condition. Don't worry about trying to fill in all the fields -- even specifying one or two still can be useful.

Usage[सम्पादन]

1) While editing a page about an anatomical structure, copy and paste the following text at the top of the page: (If preferred, put vertical-bar pipes at the beginning of each line instead.)

{{Infobox anatomy
| Name        = 
| Latin       = 
| GraySubject = 
| GrayPage    = 
| Image       = 
| Caption     = 
| Width       = 
| Image2      = 
| Caption2    = 
| Map         = 
| MapPos      = 
| MapCaption  = 
| Precursor   = 
| System      = 
| Artery      = 
| Vein        = 
| Nerve       = 
| Lymph       = 
| MeshName    = 
| MeshNumber  = 
| Dorlands    = 
| DorlandsID  = 
}}

All fields are optional, so don't worry about getting all the fields.

  • Name: Title at top of infobox; defaults to name of page, which fits most cases.
  • Latin: Especially important to support interwikification. Good sources for the Latin are online medical dictionaries, such as eMedicine, Stedman's, and Dorlands. The letters "TA" stand for Terminologia Anatomica, and it is the closest thing to an international naming standard presently in existence. If there are multiple Latin names available, put the TA first.
  • GraySubject and GrayPage: These fields refer to the famous 1918 edition of Gray's Anatomy. Find which fields to include by browsing through the left-hand column at List of images and subjects in Gray's Anatomy. (Regarding the word "Splanchnology", in this context it refers mostly to the autonomic viscera. If a location is uncertain, it is probably under Splanchnology.) When these fields are populated, then the user can click on the "Gray's" link in the infobox, and automatically navigate to a list of related anatomical structures.
  • Image and Caption fields. Up to two images can be placed directly into the infobox. This doesn't restrict the number of images on the article; the editor still has all the same options to place images in sections, or at the end in an "Additional images" section. Ideally, the images should be appropriate and useful both to newcomers and to experts. To this end, try to pick a first image that helps orient the user to the region of the body, and pick one where the user doesn't need to click on the image to figure out where the structure is. Then, pick a second image that provides more detail. Alternatively, two images can show the same structure from two different angles. In either case, allowing the user to view more than one image, at the same time, allows them to better visualize the object of attention. Of course, there aren't perfect images for each article. A flawed diagram is probably better than no diagram, but when including a diagram that requires context, consider adding information in the 'caption' field which alerts the user where to direct their eyes.

There is also an optional "Width" parameter for the image width, in pixels (omit "px"). If the picture is far too big, then specify a custom width (in pixels) like this:

| Image = mypicture.png | Caption = This is a very big picture. | Width = 325

When no Width parameter is specified, it defaults to a width of 190 pixels.

  • Map, MapPos, and MapCaption: are a place to include a graphical navigation map for the anatomical system. MapPos passes the name of the current location to the map template. For example:

| Map = Inner ear map | MapPos = Cochlea | MapCaption = Parts of the inner ear showing the cochlea

  • Precursor: This refers to the embryological precursor from which the structure derives
  • System: Circulatory system, respiratory system, etc.
  • Artery: Arteries supplying the structure. Note that there may be more than one artery (as in the adrenal glands. If there is not yetan article for the artery, consider also including a less specific artery that does have an article
  • Vein: Vein(s) draining the structure
  • Nerve: Nerve(s) to the structure
  • Lymph: Lymphatic drainage from the structure
  • MeshName and MeshNumber: Direct linking to MeSH. codes available at NIH. Note that the MeshName field cannot have spaces in it. If it does, the link will not work. Replace any spaces with "+"s.
  • Dorlands and DorlandsID: Allows direct linking to Dorlands medical dictionary. To populate these fields, first look up a term in Dorlands (like this. Note that before the .htm at the end of the URL is "three/000041013". This is the only variable part. Take the spelled out number, slash, and the long number and put it in Dorlands. Put the title of the page as you want it to show up in the infobox in DorlandsID.

Other templates[सम्पादन]

The other templates are quite similar. Boilerplate for filling them out is provided below:

{{Infobox Bone
| Name          = 
| Latin         = 
| GraySubject   = 
| GrayPage      = 
| Image         = 
| Caption       = 
| Image2        = 
| Caption2      = 
| Articulations = 
| MeshName      = 
| MeshNumber    = 
| DorlandsPre   = 
| DorlandsSuf   = 
}}

{{Infobox Artery
| Name        = 
| Latin       = 
| GraySubject = 
| GrayPage    = 
| Image       = 
| Caption     = 
| Image2      = 
| Caption2    = 
| BranchFrom  = 
| BranchTo    = 
| Vein        = 
| Supplies    = 
| MeshName    = 
| MeshNumber  = 
| DorlandsPre = 
| DorlandsSuf = 
| }}

{{Infobox Vein
| Name        = 
| Latin       = 
| GraySubject = 
| GrayPage    = 
| Image       = 
| Caption     = 
| Image2      = 
| Caption2    = 
| DrainsFrom  = 
| DrainsTo    = 
| Artery      = 
| MeshName    = 
| MeshNumber  = 
| DorlandsPre = 
| DorlandsSuf = 
| }}

{{Infobox Lymph
| Name        = 
| Latin       = 
| GraySubject = 
| GrayPage    = 
| Image       = 
| Caption     = 
| Image2      = 
| Caption2    = 
| DrainsFrom  = 
| DrainsTo    = 
| MeshName    = 
| MeshNumber  = 
| DorlandsPre = 
| DorlandsSuf = 
| }}

{{Infobox Nerve
| Name         = 
| Latin        = 
| GraySubject  = 
| GrayPage     = 
| Image        = 
| Caption      = 
| Image2       = 
| Caption2     = 
| Innervates   = 
| BranchFrom   = 
| BranchTo     = 
| MeshName     = 
| MeshNumber   = 
| DorlandsPre  = 
| DorlandsSuf  = 
| }}

{{Infobox Brain
| Name            = 
| Latin           = 
| GraySubject     = 
| GrayPage        = 
| Image           = 
| Caption         = 
| Image2          = 
| Caption2        = 
| IsPartOf        = 
| Components      = 
| Artery          = 
| Vein            = 
| BrainInfoType   = 
| BrainInfoNumber = 
| MeshName        = 
| MeshNumber      = 
| DorlandsPre     = 
| DorlandsSuf     = 
}}

{{Infobox Muscle
| Name         = 
| Latin        = 
| GraySubject  = 
| GrayPage     = 
| Image        = 
| Caption      = 
| Image2       = 
| Caption2     = 
| Origin       = 
| Insertion    = 
| Blood        = 
| Nerve        = 
| Action       = 
| Antagonist   = 
| DorlandsPre  = 
| DorlandsSuf  = 
| }}

{{Infobox Embryology
| Name          = 
| Latin         = 
| GraySubject   = 
| GrayPage      = 
| Image         = 
| Caption       = 
| Image2        = 
| Caption2      = 
| System        = 
| CarnegieStage = 
| Precursor     = 
| GivesRiseTo   = 
| MeshName      = 
| MeshNumber    = 
| DorlandsPre   = 
| DorlandsSuf   = 
}}

Most of these fields should be self-explanatory, but a few note of explanation are provided:

  • Only use the "anatomy" template if none of the more specific templates would be appropriate.
  • For the "Brain" template, "BrainInfoType" and "BrainInfoNumber" refer to the portions of the URL at NeuroNames. For example, for http://braininfo.rprc.washington.edu/Scripts/hiercentraldirectory.aspx?ID=122&toback=0, the "BrainInfoType" is "hier", and "BrainInfoNumber" is "122". The other option for BrainInfoType is "ancil", which is used for structures which don't fit into a tidy volumetric hierarchy.
  • The "Embryology" template should only be used for structures that don't exist as named structures in the adult. For information on the "CarnegieStage" field, see Carnegie stages. "GivesRiseTo" is like "Precursor", but in the opposite direction chronologically.

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