User talk:Tlbrewster

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Again, welcome!  JFW | T@lk 18:07, 26 July 2011 (UTC)


Thank you for your emails yesterday, following on to edits made from (talk · contribs). You have implied that the article and the images are not representative. I asked you to discuss any further changes on the talkpage.

You uploaded File:Typical Skin Telangiegtasia in Adult HHT Patient2.jpg and File:Typical Facial Telangiectasia in Adult HHT Patient2.jpg. The first image, in particular, if out of focus and barely illustrative (and it was indeed tagged as such on Commons). The lesion on the second image is barely distinguishable from a number of other blemishes (e.g. basal cell type skin cancer). I have already explained in my email that the article is very clear on the occurrence of telangiectasias, e.g. that they do not affect all patients.

Could I again emphasise the importance of:

  • Supporting any changes with high-quality secondary sources (principles outlined on WP:MEDRS)
  • Discussing any potentially controversial changes to an article on the article talkpage

Thank you very much. JFW | T@lk 18:17, 26 July 2011 (UTC)