SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

In the article entitled “Maternal and Perinatal Risk Factors for Infantile Hemangioma: A Case–Control Study” published in the July/August 2013 issue (30:4, pp. 457–461), the column headings of Table 1 were reversed. The correct Table 1 is below:We apologize for this error.

Table 1. Selected Characteristics of the Study Groups
VariableWithout IHWith IH
 n (%)
Sex
Male 326 (50.2)213 (32.8)
Female324 (49.8)437 (67.2)
Gestational age, weeks
 <37 33 (5.2)69 (11.2)
37–41 612 (94)577 (88)
 ≥42 5 (0.8)4 (0.8)
Birth weight, g
 <2500 21 (3.2)61 (9.4)
2500–4000 580 (89.2)551 (85.8)
 ≥4000 49 (7.5)38 (6)
Maternal age, years
 <30 413 (63.5)468 (72)
30–34 168 (25.8)78 (12)
 ≥35 69 (10.6)52 (8)
Birth order
1553 (85.1)560 (86.2)
291 (14)81 (12.5)
36 (0.9)9 (1.4)
Multiple births
No643 (98.9)617 (94.9)
Yes7 (1.1)33 (5.1)
Identical twins5 (71.4)11 (33.3)
Fraternal twins2 (28.6)22 (66.7)
Events during pregnancy
Chorionic villus sampling1 (0.2)2 (0.3)
Vaginal bleeding71 (10.9)153 (23.5)
Progesterone therapy60 (9.2)155 (23.8)
Hypertension10 (1.5)6 (0.9)
Cholestasis0 (0)4 (0.6)
Preeclampsia2 (0.3)2 (0.3)
Diabetes7 (1)2 (0.3)
In vitro fertilization 1 (0.2)10 (1.5)