X-up & win! And the winner is...

27.03.2017
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The people have spoken! On 26 March, 2017 the voting for our three final pictures of the "X-up & win!" competition ended. You were asked to cast your vote for your favorite radiology picture. Out of our three finalists there was one picture that impressed you the most.

                                  Congratulations to Dr. med. Eva-Maria Wagner!

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In total, her picture "Mammography" received 10,356 votes. Till Jonas Magnus' image "X-ray of the thorax" got 2nd place and Dr. Hanna Kaade's image "Suicidal attempt – 40 years old patient with mental problem" came in 3rd.

We hope our winners will enjoy their prizes and we look forward to seeing more pictures like theirs on DocCheck.

Do you also have some extremely interesting or extraordinary medical pictures on your computer? The DocCheck Community would love to see them. Just go ahead and upload them on DocCheck Pictures!

 

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Image copyright: Bunyos/thinkstock

Article last time updated on 28.03.2017.

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