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—In the article by Drs. Howard M. Clute and J. Ross Veal (The Journal, August 20, p. 642), the sentence beginning over table 5, in the second column on page 644, should read: If, however, the blood cholesterol is markedly elevated, it has been established that these patients with slightly low rates must be considered as having myxedema,... In other words, "blood cholesterol" should be substituted for "basal metabolic rate."
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