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Residual Cochlear Function in Adults and Children Receiving Cochlear Implants

Correlations With Speech Perception Outcomes

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doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000757
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In the article that appeared on pages 577–591 of the May/Jun 2019 issue of Ear and Hearing, “Residual cochlear function in adults and children receiving cochlear implants: correlations with speech perception outcomes”, there was an error in the third author’s name.

The correct name is Margaret Dillon instead of Megan T. Dillon.

This error does not change the results of the research. The authors apologize for the error.

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Fontenot T. E., Giardina C. K., Dillon M. T., et al. Residual cochlear function in adults and children receiving cochlear implants: correlations with speech perception outcomes. Ear Hear, 2019). 40, 577–591.
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