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April 1965


Arch Intern Med. 1965;115(4):451. doi:10.1001/archinte.1965.03860160077012

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In the article "Use of Fluoridated Water in Long-Term Hemodialysis," by Drs. Taves, Terry, Smith, and Gardner, in the February issue of the Archives, the following corrections should be made. On p 167 under Results the 7th line should read "However, there appears to be a reasonable pat-"; on p 171, left-hand column, second full paragraph, starting with the 13th line the sentence should read "More severe changes occur over longer times or with higher serum concentrations and are associated with bone ash concentrations higher than 6,000 ppm.

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