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A Corrigendum (also called an Erratum) is a correction made to a previously published article. The correction may be the fault of the author, printer, or Copy Editors, but if the author determines that it is scientifically necessary, then it should be made. A Corrigendum is then created and published in the next available issue. In addition, it is linked online to the published article, and if the article is referenced, the Corrigendum information should be included.