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—In the Classics From Medical Literature article, "Henoch Purpura Revisited," published in the July Journal (128:74-77, 1974), the first word—Received—of the footnote on page 74 was misspelled.
In the article that followed, "About a Peculiar Form of Purpura" (pp 78-79), two grammatical errors were introduced during the processing of the manuscript. On page 78, in column 1, line 10, the verb should be in the past tense—"had," not "has." On page 79, in column 1, the third sentence above the centerhead, "Comment," should read "She felt fine until July 30, when purpura recurred, 'followed' by rapid clearing," not "following."
Corrections: Errors Three. Am J Dis Child. 1974;128(6):902. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1974.02110310150042
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