Monitoring human papillomavirus prevalence in urine samples: a review [Corrigendum]
Authors Enerly E, Olofsson C, Nygård M
Received 5 July 2013
Accepted for publication 5 July 2013
Published 18 September 2013 Volume 2013:5(1) Pages 371—372
Espen Enerly, Cecilia Olofsson, Mari Nygård. Clin Epidemiol. 2013;5:67–79.
On page 72, the following sentence was open to misinterpretation: "The most common urine sampling procedure in both female and male populations was first-void urine in contrast to mid-stream urine, which Vorsters et al suggested would be preferable if the goal were to analyse a maximum number of exfoliated cells". The correct sentence is "The most common urine sampling procedure in both female and male populations was first-void urine, which Vorsters et al suggested would be preferable to mid-stream urine if the goal were to analyse a maximum number of exfoliated cells".
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