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December 14, 2009

Errors in Figure and Text in: Inner Retinal Layer Thinning in Parkinson Disease

Arch Ophthalmol. 2009;127(12):1615. doi:10.1001/archophthalmol.2009.333

Errors in Figure and Text. In the Clinical Sciences article titled “Inner Retinal Layer Thinning in Parkinson Disease” by Hajee et al, published in the June issue of the Archives (2009;127[6]:737-741), errors occurred in the legend to Figure 3 and the text. The legend should have read, “Correlation between the mean inner retinal layer (IRL) and outer retinal layer (ORL) thickness in early Parkinson disease (r = 0.31).” Also, in the “Results” section of the text on page 739, the paragraph entitled “Interocular Comparison of IRL Thickness in Early PD” should have immediately preceded Figure 3 and its legend and should have read, in its entirety, as follows: “ Figure 3 illustrates a correlation between the left and right eyes of patients with relatively early PD. The corresponding statistics revealed a correlation coefficient of 0.82.” The paragraph entitled “Correlation Between Mean IRL and ORL in Early PD” should have read as follows: “In Figure 4, an insignificant correlation was found between IRL and ORL thickness in the eyes of patients with relatively early PD. The corresponding statistics revealed a correlation coefficient of 0.31.”

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