Update incorrect style request: Veterinary Pathology

I have tried using this style (dated 2017 - same on citationstyles.org) and it seems incorrect.
It currently outputs:
Botta C, Pellegrini G, Hässig M, et al. Bovine Fetal Placenta During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period. Vet Pathol. 2019 Mar 1;56:248–258.

It should be thus: No months included.


In the text, citations should be in superscript, have no parentheses, and follow all punctuation marks (eg.
Previous studies have shown that mice are good models of this disease.1,7,9–11).
The reference list should be arranged alphabetically and references numbered consecutively. Journal
abbreviations should be those used in PubMed.
• Article in a journal, ≤6 authors: Holman RT, Wiese HF, Smith AN. Essential fatty acid
deficiency. Am J Pathol. 1976;95:255–257.
• Article in a journal, >6 authors (list the first 3, then et al.): Ortega J, Uzal FA, Walker R, et al.
Zygomycotic lymphadenitis in slaughtered feedlot cattle. Am J Pathol. 2009;47:108–114.
• Supplement in a journal: Nardley HJ. Sterols and keratinization. Br J Dermatol. 1969;81(Suppl
• Chapter in a book (for which each chapter has a different author): Sligh EG. Neutral lipid
storage disease. In: Dyer WJ, ed. Biochemistry of Lipids. 5th ed. Academic Press; 1956.
• Book (for which the entire book has the same authors): Modlin J, Jenkins P. Decision
Analysis in Planning for a Polio Outbreak in the United States. Pediatric Academic Societies;
• Digital references: Tseng V. Effect of noise reduction methods in the ICU on sleep quality. UC
Irvine. June 8, 2016. Accessed August 17, 2016. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/190551hq
• Preprints: Bloss CS, Wineinger NE, Peters M, et al. A prospective randomized trial examining
health care utilization in individuals using multiple smartphone-enabled biosensors. Preprint.
Posted online October 28, 2015. bioRxiv 029983. doi:10.1101/029983

• References for data repositories and data: HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee. Human
Gene Nomenclature database search engine. Accessed March 14, 2018.

If some clever person could check the style code with publisher's guidance and update this, the veterinary pathologists of the world, and I myself would be incredibly grateful!
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