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erratum

A correction of a printing, typographical, or editorial error.
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MEDLINE and other biomedical databases can either index published errata as separate database records, link the separate erratum record to the original article record, update the original article record to note that an erratum has been issued, or take a combination of these actions.
"In the June 13, 2018 press release of the PCOO titled 'President Duterte Commits to Provide Quality and Affordable Education for All,' Senator Sherwin Gatchalian was inadvertently named 'Winston Gatchalian,'" the erratum read.
Duterte.' Apologies for the error-NIB Transcription Section,' the erratum read.
KEY WORDS: Communication Correction Error Misinformation Published Erratum Research Report.
An erratum for the missing CiP will appears on the publisher's website.
ERRATUM: The impressive total quoted last week of pounds 15,000 fund-raised by Liverpool school pupils at Sainsbury's Knotty Ash, for MAST (Merseyside Adventure Sailing Trust) should have read as pounds 1,409.52.
Erratum to: "Diagnostic importance of aVR derivation in exercise stress testing for interpreting of multivessel and proximal LAD disease-Cok damar ve proksimal LAD lezyonlarinin taninmasi icin yapilan egzersiz stres testinde aVR derivasyonunun tanisal onemi"
Erratum in authorship of the article: "New medicines registered in Brazil: can they be considered as a therapeutic advance?" - Cintia Maria Gava; Jorge Antonio Zepeda Bermudez; Vera Lucia Edais Pepe.
Also, can you add an erratum note on this in an upcoming issue?
Poignant low-key drama "Erratum." the feature debut of Polish multihyphenate Marek Lechki, gracefully chronicles a man's attempt to address regrets big and small from the recent and distant past.
An erratum for Westmead Anaesthetic Manual, 3rd Edition has been released that identifies three errors relating to dosages as follows: Erratum--Westmead Anaesthetic Manual page 120, line 23 Regarding cerebral aneurysm clipping, a bolus of remifentanil 40 A g/ kg is suggested to blunt the hypertensive response to intubation.