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Additional Contributions 

Additional Contributions

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Cheryl Iverson

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Additional Contributions

Acknowledgment of other contributions and forms of assistance (eg, statistical review, preparation of the report, performance of special tests or research, editorial or writing assistance, or clerical assistance) also should be included. When individuals are named, their given names and highest academic degrees (see 2.2.3, Bylines and End-of-Text Signatures, Degrees) are listed, and some publications, such as JAMA, also list their affiliations, if appropriate, and whether they received compensation for their assistance. For any individual named as providing additional contributions, the author should obtain written permission from that person indicating his or her authorization to be so named (see 5.2.1, Ethical and Legal Considerations, Acknowledgments, Acknowledging Support, Assistance, and Contributions of Those Who Are Not Authors, and 5.2.8, Acknowledgments, Permission to Name Individuals).

Additional Contributions: Robert C. Della Rocca, MD, performed the biopsy, contributed the orbital computed tomographic scan, and provided the exenteration specimen; Ramon Font, MD, confirmed the histopathologic diagnosis.

Additional Contributions: John Hewett, PhD, and Jane Johnson, MA, provided statistical support.

Additional Contributions: The photographs that constitute Figure 1 were provided by Hans-Peter M. Freihofer, MD, Department of Maxillofacial Surgery, University Hospital of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Additional Contributions: The Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion Study Group is grateful for the contributions of the many referring ophthalmologists, without whom this study could not have been carried out, and to the study patients, whose faithfulness to the study led to conclusions that promise hope for others with branch vein occlusion.

JAMA and some of the Archives Journals require authors to disclose any substantial writing and editing assistance and to recognize those persons responsible for such assistance. (JAMA also notes whether compensation was received for such assistance.) This information should be included in the Acknowledgment section, and permission to be identified should be obtained from all named individuals (see 5.2.1, Ethical and Legal Considerations, Acknowledgments, Acknowledging Support, Assistance, and Contributions of Those Who Are Not Authors). In such cases, institutional affiliations may be included:

Additional Contributions: William Wise, PhD, Dynapharm Inc, contributed to the writing of this article; and Sarah Jewel, MA, Medical Writers Corp, helped edit the initial manuscript.

Additional Contributions: Cheryl Christensen assisted with manuscript preparation and Stephen Ordway, ELS, provided editorial assistance.

Additional Contributions: Petra Macaskill, PhD (School of Public Health, Sydney, Australia), provided comments on an earlier draft and suggestions for its improvement. Dr Macaskill did not receive any compensation.

Additional Contributions: Lucia Taddio, BA, Erwin Darra, and Omar Parvez (all from The Hospital for Sick Children) provided assistance with data collection. Ms Taddio and Mr Darra received compensation from the study sponsor.

Additional Contributions: Charlotte Gerczak, MLA, provided editorial input and Keita Ebisu, MS, provided aid in collecting the particulate matter data. Neither Ms Gerczak nor Mr Ebisu received any financial compensation for their work.

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