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Sensory phenotype and risk factors for painful diabetic neuropathy: a cross-sectional observational study: Erratum.

doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001358
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The authors of the article listed below, which published in the December 2017 issue of PAIN®, note that Figure 4 was not properly displayed. The correct figure is shown below:

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Figure 4.:
Loss and gain of functions (based on QST values outside the normal range according to DFNS reference data) in patients with no neuropathic pain, mild and moderate/severe neuropathic pain (body region-foot). Fisher exact test, post hoc comparison: *P, 0.05, **P, 0.01. CDT, cold detection threshold; CPT, cold pain threshold; DFNS, Deutscher Forschungsverbund Neuropathischer Schmerz; DMA, dynamic mechanical allodynia; HPT, heat pain threshold; MDT, mechanical detection threshold; MPS, mechanical pain sensitivity; MPT, mechanical pain threshold; PHS, paradoxical heat sensation; PPT, pressure pain threshold; QST, quantitative sensory testing; TSL, thermal sensory limen; VDT, vibration detection threshold; WDT, warm detection threshold; WUR, wind-up ratio.

References

Raputova J, Srotova I, Vlckova E, Sommer C, Üçeyler N, Birklein F, Rittner HL, Rebhorn C, Adamova B, Kovalova I, Kralickova Nekvapilova E, Forer L, Belobradkova J, Olsovsky J, Weber P, Dusek L, Jarkovsky J, Bednarik Josef. Sensory phenotype and risk factors for painful diabetic neuropathy: a cross-sectional observational study. PAIN 2017;158:2340–53.
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