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Estimating the Human Papillomavirus Genotype Attribution in Screen-detected High-grade Cervical Lesions

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doi: 10.1097/EDE.0000000000001131
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Regarding the article by Lissenberg-Witte, Birgit I.1 et al. in the July 2019 issue of Epidemiology, an error was discovered in the following figure on page 594 after the issue published.

The figure was mistakenly published as:

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Estimated genotype-specific risk of CIN3+ with corresponding 95% CIs, for all positive women not adjusted for age (dots), for high-risk and probable high-risk positive women only adjusted for age (squares), and HPV type 16-negative women not adjusted for age (triangles). The standard error of the age-adjusted estimate for HPV39, −53, −56, and −68 (squares) were indeterminate, and the 95% CI could not be computed.

By mistake, the figure contained the uncorrected and age-adjusted genotype-specific CIN2+ risks instead of the CIN3+ risks. The correct figure is given below.

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Reference

1. Lissenberg-Witte BI, Bogaards JA, Quint WGV, et al. Estimating the Human Papillomavirus Genotype Attribution in Screen-detected High-grade Cervical Lesions. Epidemiology. 2019;30(4):590–596.
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