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Correction
August 2003

Dietary Fats and the Risk of Incident Alzheimer Disease—Correction

Arch Neurol. 2003;60(8):1072. doi:10.1001/archneur.60.8.1072

Error in Figure 1 Key. In the original contribution titled "Dietary Fats and the Risk of Incident Alzheimer Disease," published in the February 2003 issue of the ARCHIVES (2003;60:194-200), the key to Figure 2 was reversed during processing for production. Figure 2 is reprinted correctly here.

Figure 2.
The 1-year risk of incident Alzheimer disease (AD) by quintile median levels of trans-unsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat. Data are based on a multivariable logistic model adjusted for age (years), sex, race, education (years), APOE ϵ4, time period of observation, trans-unsaturated fat (continuous log transformed), polyunsaturated fat (continuous log transformed), and the interactive term for trans and polyunsaturated fats (P= .04).

The 1-year risk of incident Alzheimer disease (AD) by quintile median levels of trans-unsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat. Data are based on a multivariable logistic model adjusted for age (years), sex, race, education (years), APOE ϵ4, time period of observation, trans-unsaturated fat (continuous log transformed), polyunsaturated fat (continuous log transformed), and the interactive term for trans and polyunsaturated fats (P= .04).

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