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A b s t r a c t Objective: To determine the rate and type of errors in biomedical informatics journal article references. in Medicine were compared with MEDLINE for journal, authors, title, year, volume, and page number accuracy. If discrepancies were identified, the reference was compared with the original publication. Two reviewers independently evaluated each reference. Results: The five journal issues contained 37 articles. Among the 656 eligible references, 225 (34.3%) included at leastdoi:10.1197/jamia.m1683 pmid:15561784 pmcid:PMC551554 fatcat:ncbpsrghxje7doi57qhjtjquz4