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June 8, 1994

Incorrect Unit of Measure.

JAMA. 1994;271(22):1745. doi:10.1001/jama.1994.03510460037028

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Abstract

—In the article entitled "Neurodevelopment of Children Exposed In Utero to Phenytoin and Carbamazepine Monotherapy," published in the March 9,1994, issue of THE JOURNAL (1994;271:767-770), an incorrect unit of measure was used. In the "Results" section, page 769, left-hand column, second paragraph, the second sentence should read as follows: "Maternal serum concentrations of phenytoin were available in three mothers who gave birth to children with IQs greater than 84 and in 15 mothers whose children had IQs of 84 or less; levels did not differ between these two subgroups (30.4±22.5 μmol/L [not μm/L] and 31.6±19.6 μmol/L [not μm/L])."

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