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In the paper by Clarkson and Choonara in the December issue of ADC (Arch Dis Child 2002;87:462–6) the following corrections have been noted:

Results; first sentence: there were 331 deaths with 390 suspected drugs (not 390 and 389 respectively as stated in the paper).

Results; section “Corticosteroids”: the third sentence starting “No details were available…” should be deleted.

Results; section “Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)”: the second sentence “All reports for NSAIDs have occurred since 1990” should be deleted.

Discussion; fifth paragraph: the penultimate sentence should be “as recently as 1999 our study found a single fatality” (not 2 reported fatalities).

Discussion; fourth paragraph, second sentence. The word “seven” before “cases” should be deleted.

The journal apologises for the errors.

The following figure should have appeared with the letter by Desai and Babu in the October issue of ADC (Arch Dis Child 2002; 87:357).

Figure 1

Scimitar syndrome. Chest x ray showing a curvilinear density which extends from the right hilum towards the right hemi-diaphragm which represents the anomalous pulmonary vein.

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