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April 1973


Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1973;28(4):512. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1973.01750340050008

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Reversed Figures.—  In the article "Disrupted 24-Hour Patterns of Cortisol Secretion in Psychotic Depression" by Sachar et al that appeared in the January Archives, Fig 3 and 4 weretransposed so that the legends for the two patients were reversed. The fitures are reprinted here correctly.Fig 3.—The 24-hour plasma cortisol patterns in a depressed 42-year-old woman (patient 2) before (solid line) and after (broken line) treatment. Lights out at 10:40 PM during illness and 11:30 PM after treatment.Fig 4.—The 24-hour plasma cortisol patterns in a depressed 48-year-old woman (patient 3) before and after treatment. Lights out at 10:20 PM during illness and 11 PM after treatment. This patient made an incomplete psychiatric recovery.

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