Correction policy

All ARMG Publishing journals have the same policy regarding corrections. We differentiate between Addendum, Erratum, Corrections, Retractions. 


An addendum is a notice about a peer-reviewed information’s addition to an article, such as in response to a reader’s request for clarification. Addenda do not contradict the original publication, but if the author has inadvertently omitted important information available at the time, this material may be published as an addendum after peer review. Supplements are rarely published, and only when the editors determine that the addendum is critical to the reader’s understanding of a significant portion of the published contribution.


An erratum will be used if we made a considerable mistake during the journal’s article preparation, including mistakes of omission such as failure to make actual corrections requested by authors within the time limit set by the journal and in accordance with journal policy. A considerable mistake is one that affects scientific achievements, the scientific reliability of the article, the authors’, or the journal’s reputation. All errata are related to the version of the article they are correcting.


A corrigendum is a notice of a considerable mistake made by the manuscript writers. The journal’s editors approve all corrigenda. All corrigenda are related to the version of the article they are correcting.