In the article by Lee et al (Lee S-U, Park S-H, Park J-J, Kim HJ, Han M-K, Bae H-J, Kim J-S. Dorsal medullary infarction: distinct syndrome of isolated central vestibulopathy. Stroke. 2015:46:3081–3087. DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.115.010972.), which published online ahead of print on October 13, 2015, and appeared in the November 2015 issue of the journal, a correction was needed.
The term “head impulse, nystagmus, test-of-skew” has been changed to read, “Head-Impulse—Nystagmus—Test-of-Skew” throughout the article.
On page 3082, in the last paragraph before the Clinico-Anatomic Correlation section and on page 3085, in the last paragraph before the Lesion Location and Involved Structure(s) section there were minor errors in the numbers. As indicated in the table, the number of patients with positive Head-Impulse—Nystagmus—Test-of-Skew is 16/1, 89%.
The authors regret the errors.
This correction has been made to the online version of the article, which is available at http://stroke.ahajournals.org/content/46/11/3081.
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