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March 1972

USHER'S SYNDROME

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Arch Otolaryngol. 1972;95(3):284. doi:10.1001/archotol.1972.00770080426021

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Abstract

To the Editor.—We have noted an error in reporting the incidence of cataracts in our article, "Clinical Variation in Usher's Syndrome," published in the October 1971 Archives (94:321-334).

Of the six individuals within the three sibships, three had evidence of cataracts on ophthalmologic evaluation. The text and Tables 3 and 4 are inconsistent in this regard, relative to the first two sibships. In the first sibship, both V-4 and V-5 had cataracts. In the second sibship, VI-12 had cataracts, but VI-11 did not. The third sibship is as stated, without evidence of cataracts in either VII-2 or VII-3.

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