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In The Rational Clinical Examination entitled "Does This Patient Have
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?" published in the June 21, 2000, issue of THE JOURNAL
(2000;283:3110-3117), there was incorrect wording in the abstract. In the
Conclusion paragraph on page 3110, the first sentence should have read, "Hand
symptom diagrams, hypalgesia, and thumb abduction strength testing are helpful
in establishing the electrodiagnosis of CTS." Also, in Table 2 on pages 3114
and 3115, the "No. of Hands" columns should include dagger symbols (†)
instead of asterisks (*) down the column to indicate which studies used subjects
instead of individual hands.
Incorrect Wording and Data Presentation and Omitted Acknowledgment. JAMA. 2000;284(11):1384. doi:10.1001/jama.284.11.1384
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