“That’s Not What I Said”: Seeking Fidelity in Citations

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Incorrect, inappropriate, and misleading citations propagate untruths. The resultant inappropriate illusion of authority gives unwarranted confidence in the cited statement. In this issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, Benzon et al’s1 eye-opening report on a survey of pediatric anesthesiology fellows’ perceptions of medical error and faculty supervision is ripe for misunderstanding, despite the authors’ praiseworthy attempts to forestall distortion.
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