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doi: 10.1097/AOG.0b013e31823ab8f7
Departments: Corrections
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In “Treatment of a Late Second-Trimester Incarcerated Uterus Using Ultrasound-Guided Manual Reduction” by N.J. Grossenburg, A.A. Delaney, and T.G. Berg (Obstet Gynecol 2011;118:436–9), Figure 1's legend incorrectly described the placenta's position. The legend currently reads, “Fig. 1. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at 21 weeks of gestation (sagittal view) demonstrating incarceration of uterus with fetal head within the pouch of Douglas. The cervix (arrows) is elongated and anteriorly displaced behind the pubic symphysis. Placenta (star) is in the anterior fundal position.” The correct legend is, “Fig. 1. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at 21 weeks of gestation (sagittal view) demonstrating incarceration of uterus with fetal head within the pouch of Douglas. The cervix (arrows) is elongated and anteriorly displaced behind the pubic symphysis. Placenta (star) is in the posterior fundal position.” The authors regret this error.

An incorrect grant number was reported in “Obstetrician–Gynecologists' Objections to and Willingness to Help Patients Obtain an Abortion” by L.H. Harris, A. Cooper, K.A. Rasinski, F.A. Curlin, and A.D. Lyerly (Obstet Gynecol 2011;118:905–12). On p. 905, the incorrect paragraph in the footnote reads, “Supported by grants from the Greenwall Foundation (Harris, Curlin) and the John Templeton Foundation (Curlin), as well as the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, the National Institutes of Health (Lyerly, 1 K01 HL79517–05).” The correct paragraph is, “Supported by grants from the Greenwall Foundation (Harris, Curlin) and the John Templeton Foundation (Curlin), as well as the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, the National Institutes of Health (Lyerly, 5 K01 HL072437–05).” The authors regret this error.

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