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Here are guidelines with regard to references:
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*When you post any content, you are granting the American Academy of Ophthalmology an unrestricted license to use it.
 
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*The materials that you contribute to the EyeWiki must be your original composition. The American Academy of Ophthalmology will not accept posting of materials copied from another source without permission. If you have any questions regarding what is appropriate, please contact one of our editors.  
'''Reference List Examples'''<br>According to the ''AMA Manual of Style,'' 10th edition, references serve 3 primary purposes—documentation, acknowledgment, and directing or linking the reader to additional resources. Authors bear primary responsibility for all reference citations. Included here are examples of the style of various citations in a reference list. For additional examples and more information, refer to the ''AMA Manual of Style'', 10th edition (New York: Oxford University Press; 2007).  
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*When you post material you warrant to the American Academy of Ophthalmology that you have the appropriate rights to all of the materials posted (including text, images, video and audio). This means you own the copyright in the materials, have a license or permission to use the materials, or the material resides on a third party site that allows you to link to its content.  
 
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*For information on properly citing references, please refer to the&nbsp;[[Getting Started#Adding_References_and_Avoiding_Plagiarism|Adding References and Avoiding Plagiarism]]&nbsp;section of [[Getting Started|Getting Started]].
'''Minimum Acceptable Data'''<br>'''Journals:''' <br>Print: Author(s). Article title. ''Journal Name.'' Year;vol(issue No.):inclusive pages. <br>Online: Author(s). Article title. ''Journal Name''. Year;vol(issue No.):inclusive pages. URL. Accessed [date].
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'''Books: <br>'''Print: Author(s). ''Book Title''. Edition number (if it is the second edition or above). City, State (or Country) of publisher: Publisher’s name; copyright year. <br>Online: Author(s). ''Book Title''. Edition number (if it is the second edition or above). City, State (or Country) of publisher: Publisher’s name; copyright year. URL. Accessed [date].  
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'''Web Site:'''
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Author (or, if no author is available, the name of the organization responsible for the site). Title (or, if no title is available, the name of the organization responsible for the site). Name of the Web site. URL. Accessed [date].
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'''Selected Examples'''<br>
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'''Journals:'''<br>Slade SG. The use of the femtosecond laser in the customization of corneal flaps in laser in situ keratomileusis. ''Curr Opin Ophthalmol''. 2007;18(4):314-317. [journal names abbreviated per PubMed; journal name in italics]<br>
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Kezirian GM, Stonecipher KG. Comparison of the IntraLase femtosecond laser and mechanical microkeratomes for laser in situ keratomileusis. ''J Cataract Refract Surg''. 2004;30(4):804-811.<br>
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Tran DB, Sarayba MA, Bor Z, et al. Randomized prospective clinical study comparing induced aberrations with IntraLase and Hansatome flap creation in fellow eyes: potential impact on wavefront-guided laser in situ keratomileusis. ''J Cataract Refract Surg''. 2005;31(1):97-105. [up to 6 authors listed; if more than 6, list first 3 plus “et al”]<br>
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'''In German:'''
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Geerling G, Duncker GI, Krumeich J, Melles GR. Lamellar keratoplasty. Back to the future? ''Ophthalmologe''. 2005;102():1140-1151.<br>
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'''Books:'''
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Buratto L, Brint S. ''Custom Lasik Surgical Techniques and Complications''. Thorofare, NJ: Slack; 2003:3–8. <br>
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IntraLase FS™''Laser Training Manual.'' Santa Ana, CA: Abbott Medical Optics; 2006:1–28. <br>
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Leigh RJ, Daroff RB, Troost BT. Supranuclear disorders of eye movements. In: Glaser JS, ed. ''Neuroophthalmology''. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams &amp; Wilkins; 1999:351–363.
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'''Presentations:'''
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Goldman D, Koreishi A, Yoo S, et al. Sutureless anterior lamellar keratoplasty (SALK) performed with a femtosecond laser. Federated Societies Scientific Session. Washington, DC: Eye Bank Association of America and the Cornea Society; 2006:15.
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'''Academy Materials:'''
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American Academy of Ophthalmology. ''Minimizing Transmission of Bloodborne Pathogens and Surface Infectious Agents in Ophthalmic Offices and Operating Rooms''. Clinical Statement. San Francisco: American Academy of Ophthalmology, 2002.
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Trobe JD. ''The Physician’s Guide to Eye Care'', 3rd ed. San Francisco: American Academy of Ophthalmology; 2006.<br>
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Wilson FM, ed. ''Practical Ophthalmology'', 6th ed. San Francisco: American Academy of Ophthalmology; 2009.<br>
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  • When you post any content, you are granting the American Academy of Ophthalmology an unrestricted license to use it.
  • The materials that you contribute to the EyeWiki must be your original composition. The American Academy of Ophthalmology will not accept posting of materials copied from another source without permission. If you have any questions regarding what is appropriate, please contact one of our editors.
  • When you post material you warrant to the American Academy of Ophthalmology that you have the appropriate rights to all of the materials posted (including text, images, video and audio). This means you own the copyright in the materials, have a license or permission to use the materials, or the material resides on a third party site that allows you to link to its content.
  • For information on properly citing references, please refer to the Adding References and Avoiding Plagiarism section of Getting Started.