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June 1988

Association of Supernumerary Nipples and Renal Anomalies-Reply

Author Affiliations

Department of Pediatrics
Department of Radiology Charlotte Memorial Hospital and Medical Center PO Box 32861 Charlotte, NC 28232
Kaiser Permanente Suite 100 3 Fairview Plaza 5950 Fairview Rd Charlotte, NC 28217

Am J Dis Child. 1988;142(6):591. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1988.02150060025014
Abstract

In Reply.—Through a typographical error, the study by Mimouni et al was not properly referenced in our introductory sentence. However, in the "Comment" section, we noted that his study subjects were newborn Israeli infants. We should have included an annotation that 11 of 43 newborns with supernumerary nipples in Mimouni and colleagues' study also had a renal ultrasound examination.

We appreciate Dr Mimouni's careful reading of our article and his concurrence that supernumerary nipples alone in black children1 do not warrant an investigation for a hidden renal anomaly.

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