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December 1932


Arch NeurPsych. 1932;28(6):1415. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1932.02240060174013

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In the article by Dr. Jackson M. Thomas, entitled, "Posthemiplegic Athetosis: Report of a Case; Rôle of Corticospinal Pathways in Production of Choreiform and Athetoid Movements," in the November issue (28: 1091, 1932), "left should be substituted for "right" in the seventh line on page 1093, making the sentence read: "Movements of these fingers were more pronounced than those of the fingers of the left hand." In the twelfth line on page 1100 "right" should be substituted for "left," making this sentence read: "The patient died of pulmonary tuberculosis, and at autopsy it was found that an old focus had destroyed the right peduncle."