While editing a page about an anatomical structure, copy and paste the following text at the top of the page:
| Name =
| Pronunciation =
| synonyms =
| Image =
| Caption =
| Width =
| Image2 =
| Caption2 =
| Latin =
| Greek =
| Precursor =
| System =
| Artery =
| Vein =
| Nerve =
| Lymph =
All fields are optional. Field labels are case-sensitive.
- Name: The title at top of infobox, which should usually match the name of page, and will default to this if it is not filled out.
- Image and Caption: Up to two images can be included in the infobox.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.
Some fields are grouped together as "details", relating to the anatomy of a structure
- 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 yet an 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