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Canine Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis: Prevalence, Impact and Management Strategies [Corrigendum]

Authors Worth A, Meij B, Jeffery N

Received 28 January 2020

Accepted for publication 28 January 2020

Published 4 February 2020 Volume 2020:11 Pages 15—16

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/VMRR.S247481



Worth A, Meij B, Jeffery N. Vet Med (Auckl).
2019;10:169–183.

On page 173, Figure 1 legend is incorrect, “Figure 1 Three-dimensional reconstructions from CT data showing the lumbosacral junction of a German shepherd dog during flexion compared to extension. The vertebral column has been sectioned in the midline to only include the right half. (A) External detail of the LS junction in flexion, (B) internal detail of the LS junction in flexion, (C) external detail of the LS junction in extension, (D) external detail of the LS junction in extension.” should read “Figure 1 Three-dimensional reconstructions from CT data showing the lumbosacral junction of a German shepherd dog during flexion compared to extension. The vertebral column has been sectioned in the midline to only include the right half. (A) Internal detail of the LS junction in flexion, (B) internal detail of the LS junction in extension, (C) external detail of the LS junction in flexion, (D) external detail of the LS junction in extension.”

Following feedback from a reader, we found the incorrect legend was presented for Figure 1. The authors apologize for this error.

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Worth A, Meij B, Jeffery N. Vet Med (Auckl). 2019;10:169–183.

On page 173, Figure 1 legend is incorrect, “Figure 1 Three-dimensional reconstructions from CT data showing the lumbosacral junction of a German shepherd dog during flexion compared to extension. The vertebral column has been sectioned in the midline to only include the right half. (A) External detail of the LS junction in flexion, (B) internal detail of the LS junction in flexion, (C) external detail of the LS junction in extension, (D) external detail of the LS junction in extension.” should read “Figure 1 Three-dimensional reconstructions from CT data showing the lumbosacral junction of a German shepherd dog during flexion compared to extension. The vertebral column has been sectioned in the midline to only include the right half. (A) Internal detail of the LS junction in flexion, (B) internal detail of the LS junction in extension, (C) external detail of the LS junction in flexion, (D) external detail of the LS junction in extension.”

Following feedback from a reader, we found the incorrect legend was presented for Figure 1. The authors apologize for this error.

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