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This study was supported by NIH/NICHD 3U01HD040477-0552. Dr. Harville is a BIRCWH scholar, supported by Grant Number K12HD043451 from the National Institute of Child Health And Human Development.
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- Corrections to “Xiong X, Harville EW, Mattison DR, et al. Exposure to Hurricane Katrina, post-traumatic stress disorder and birth outcomes.” Am J Med Sci 2008; 336:111–5.The American Journal of the Medical SciencesVol. 341Issue 1
- PreviewIn the article that appeared on page 111 of volume 336, number 2, in the Results section, the following sentence is incorrect: “Of the multiparous women, 5.3% had prior history of low birth weight infants.” The sentence should have appeared as “Within the study population, 5.3% of women had a prior history of low birth weight infants.” The related data found in Table 1 is correct in the published article.