Similarly to Latin fonts, italic and cursive types of many Cyrillic letters (typically lowercase; uppercase only for hand-written or stylish types) are very different from their upright roman types. In certain cases, the correspondence between uppercase and lowercase glyphs does not coincide in Latin and Cyrillic fonts: for example, italic Cyrillic ‹т› is the lowercase counterpart of ‹Т› not of ‹М›.
In this image, italic forms significantly different from their upright counterparts, or especially confusing to users of the Latin alphabet, are highlighted.