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To the Editor.—
The article by Rea and Levan, "Current Concepts in the Immunology of Leprosy" (Arch Dermatol 113:345-352, 1977), includes a phrase: "but is a phenomena. . . ." Please note that the singular "phenomenon" is required here. Similarly, on p 348, column 3, line 26, "sequella" (not sequellae) is the required (singular) form. Once again, lines 38 to 40 on this page should read: "Abnormalities [plural]. . . . have been proposed."Another error is that on p 347, column 2, line 6, and is simply quoted from reference 30: " `frank lepromatous' patients." This should read "frankly lepromatous" (an adverb is needed to modify the adjective "lepromatous").I submit these corrections constructively and do not mean to detract from the scientific excellence of the article.
Spatz SA. Lessons in Grammar. Arch Dermatol. 1978;114(1):126. doi:10.1001/archderm.1978.01640130084031
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