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August 1967

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Arch Otolaryngol. 1967;86(2):240. doi:10.1001/archotol.1967.00760050242029

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To the Editor.—In an article entitled Silicones in Facial Surgery published in the Archives (84:514-517 [Nov] 1966) Mr. Silas Braley, Director Dow Corning Center for Aid to Medical Research, has called my attention to a typographical error on page 515, paragraph 3, which reads, "At low viscosity ≤ 360 centistokes silicone fluid is clear, volatile, and causes severe tissue reaction when injected."

It should have read, "At low viscosity (less than about 10 centistokes) silicon fluid is clear, volatile, and causes severe tissue reaction when injected."

I regret very much that this error should have escaped my notice.

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