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Am Fam Physician. 2011 Oct 15;84(8):856.

In the “Putting Prevention into Practice” titled “Screening of Infants for Hyperbilirubinemia to Prevent Chronic Bilirubin Encephalopathy” (August 15, 2010, page 411), the patient in the case study was incorrectly described as having jaundice in the sentence “During rounds, you notice jaundice on K.J.'s chest” (page 411). This sentence should have read “K.J. does not appear jaundiced on examination.” The article has been corrected online.


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