Informed Consent for Publication
The authors are responsible for guaranteeing the right to privacy of people, protecting their identity both in the writing of the article and in the images, anonymizing the information to guarantee the protection of personal data. Any identifier that could reveal a volunteer's identity, including their name, initials, online aliases, social media handles, etc., should be removed.
When an author wishes to include personal information, it will be necessary to obtain the informed consent in writing (or that of their parents or legal guardians if it is a minor) so that this material can be published.
If any information that could identify the people in the study is discovered without their corresponding informed consent after the publication of the article, it will be temporarily withdrawn until the content that could compromise the privacy of the participants is eliminated.