Talk:Dilated cardiomyopathy

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Adding to the table of contents[edit]

I'm not quite sure how this one is done, but most pages have an external link section in their table of contents. I have a link I was hoping to post; is it possible to get this section added?

You need to read the help pages for that (specialy this and this. In brief, go to edit that page, add an epmty line, then add one line which only contains the following,
== External Links ==
then add another empty line, and then add your link. Try it in the sandbox before you try it in the original page.
The thing is, as soon as you add that section in the text, the table of contents is automatically updated and it will include the external links section.
hujiTALK 13:18, 28 May 2006 (UTC)