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Pediatric Applications of Wideband Acoustic Immittance Measures: Erratum

doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000035

On page 38S of the article by Hunter et al. in the 2013 Supplement 1 issue of Ear and Hearing, the data presented in Figure 1 are erroneous; this figure was reprinted from Sanford et al., Ear and Hearing 2009; 30 (6); 635–652. An erratum has been issued to correct the reprinted figure from the original article.

Fig. 1

Fig. 1

The corrected Figure 1 for Hunter et al., included in this Erratum, shows the 50th percentile and IQR data for each response (as was originally intended); the original figure caption is correct, and therefore unchanged.

The authors sincerely regret this error.

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Hunter L. L., Prieve B. A., Kei J., Sanford C. A.. Pediatric applications of wideband acoustic immittance measures. Ear Hear.;34:36–42
    Sanford C.A., Keefe D.H., Liu Y., Fitzpatrick D.F., McCreery R.W., Lewis D.E., Gorga M.P.. Sound conduction effects on DPOAE screening outcomes in newborn infants: Test performance of wideband acoustic transfer functions and 1-kHz tympanometry. Ear Hear.;30:635–652
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