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Abstracts From Another Source.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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Several types of published abstracts may be cited: (1) an abstract of a complete article republished from another publication (perhaps accompanied by a commentary), (2) an abstract of an online-only article published in the print version of a journal to alert print-only readers, (3) a translated abstract published with full-text article in a different language, and (4) an abstract published in the society proceedings or other collection of a journal. (For examples of abstracts presented at meetings, published or unpublished, ...

Complete Data.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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A complete reference to a journal article includes the following: ■ Authors’ surnames and initials (the names of all authors should be given unless there are more than 6, in which case the names of the first 3 authors are used, followed by “et al”)...

Corrections.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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UPDATE: In chapter 3.11.14, Corrections, the language in this section was updated to indicate that the “published correction” language and additional citation does not need to be appended to the original article. The first reference was updated to reflect this change plus addition of the doi. This change was made ...

Discontinuous Pagination.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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For an article with discontinuous pagination in a single issue, follow the style shown in the examples below: 1. Buster KJ, Stevens EI, Elmets CA. Dermatologic health disparities. Dermatol Clin. 2012;30(1):53-59, viii. doi:10.1016/j.det.2011.08.002 2. Baldwin HE. Systemic therapy for rosacea. Skin Therapy Lett. 2007;12(2):1-5, 9....

Discussants.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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If a reference citation in the text names a discussant specifically rather than the author(s), eg, “as noted by Easter,1” the following form is used: 1. Easter DW. In discussion of: Farley DR, Greenlee SM, Larson DR, Harrington JR. Double-blind, prospective, randomized study of warmed humidified carbon dioxide insufflation vs standard carbon dioxide for patients undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy. ...

Duplicate Publication.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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The following form is suggested for citation of a notice of duplicate publication (see 5.3, Ethical and Legal Considerations, Duplicate Publication and Submission). 1. Shariat SF, Roehrborn CG, Lamb DJ, Slawin KM. Notice of duplicate publication: Potentially harmful effect of a testosterone dietary supplement on prostate cancer growth and metastasis. ...

Journal Supplements.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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The following example illustrates the basic format for styling references to journal supplements: 1. Johnson EM, Wortman MJ, Lundberg PS, Daniel DC. Orderly steps in progression of jc virus to virulence in the brain. Brain Disord Ther. 2015;4(suppl 2):2003. doi:10.4172/2168-975X.S2-003 Often, the supplement is numbered and there is no issue number....

Journals Without Volume or Issue Numbers.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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In references to journals that have no volume or issue numbers, use the issue date, as shown in example 1 below. If there is an issue number but no volume number, use the style shown in example 2 below. 1. Flyvholm MA, Susitaival P, Meding B, et al. Nordic occupational skin questionnaire—NOSQ-2002: Nordic questionnaire for surveying work-related skin diseases on hands and forearms and relevant exposure. ...

Names of Journals.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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Abbreviate and italicize names of journals. Use initial capital letters. Abbreviate according to the listing in the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) NLM Catalog database (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog/journals) (see 13.10, Names of Journals). Some publishers may have access to reference managers or other databases that provide guidance, journal title abbreviations, and tools for automated validation. For journals or publishers that do not have such resources, journal names for journals not cited in PubMed may be expanded to avoid possible confusion. Another resource is the NLM Fact Sheet “Construction of the National Library of Medicine Title Abbreviations,” which can be found at ...

Online Comments.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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Some journals allow readers to post an online response to articles (eg, BMJ’s Rapid Responses, https://www.bmj.com/rapid-responses). In the first 2 examples, “Re:” precedes the title of the original article. 1. Cooke PA. Re: Primary care management of patients after weight loss surgery. Rapid Response. ...

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