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The Development of a Nomogram to Predict Post-Radiation Necrosis in Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Patients: A Large-Scale Cohort Study [Corrigendum]

Authors Li XY, Sun XS, Liu SL, Chen QY, Guo SS, Liu LT, Yan JJ, Xie HJ, Tang QN, Liang YJ, Guo L, Tang LQ, Mai HQ

Received 20 January 2020

Accepted for publication 20 January 2020

Published 25 February 2020 Volume 2020:12 Pages 1371—1372

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/CMAR.S246689


Li X-Y, Sun X-S, Liu S-L, et al. Cancer Manag Res.
2019;11:6253–6263.

In Table 2, the authors identified the risk factors of nasopharyngeal necrosis using a logistic regression model, and
the final nomogram model was constructed based on these results. However, the outcome of the univariable analysis
and multivariable analysis reported in Table 2 was mistakenly listed as overall survival (HR) and should have been reported as the likelihood of necrosis (OR).

Table 2, column 2 heading reads "Univariable analyses HR (95% CI)" should read "Univariable analyses OR (95% CI)". Table 2, column 4 heading reads "Univariable analyses HR (95% CI)" should read "Multivariable analyses OR (95% CI)".
The authors wish to apologize for this error.

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