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In the article titled "Lymphadenopathy: A Diagnostic Enigma", published in the April Journal (132:353-354, 1978), the second sentence in the fifth paragraph (p 353) should read as follows: It is well to remember that generalized lymphadenopathy often results from a malignant process, bilateral lymphadenopathy, especially in the cervical area, is most likely due to tonsillopharyngitis or early infectious mononucleosis, and regional lymphadenopathy is usually a response to a focus of infection.
In addition, the first sentence of the ninth paragraph (p 354) should read as follows: This and subsequent experience reminds me of the old cliché, "One finds in a workup what one looks for." This may or may not be true.
Incorrect Sentence Structure. Am J Dis Child. 1978;132(8):776. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1978.02120330048012
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