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Incorrect Unit of Measure and Numbers.
In the Original Contribution entitled "Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy,
Imipramine, or Their Combination for Panic Disorder" published in the May
17, 2000, issue of THE JOURNAL (2000;283:2529-2536), the units of measure
for imipramine and desipramine should be ng/mL instead of ng/dL on page 2532
and ng/mL instead of mg/mL on page 2535. On page 2530 under "Study Design"
patients randomized to CBT+placebo should number 5 per block of 24, not 25.
In the "Treatment Conditions" section on page 2531, near the end of the third
paragraph, " . . . the dosage [of imipramine] could be increased up to 300
mg/d by week 5" should read "week 7."
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Imipramine, or Their Combination for Panic Disorder—Correction. JAMA. 2000;284(20):2597. doi:10.1001/jama.284.20.2597
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