Erratum to composite PEEK/carbon fiber implants can increase the effectiveness of radiotherapy in the management of spine tumors
Erratum

Erratum to composite PEEK/carbon fiber implants can increase the effectiveness of radiotherapy in the management of spine tumors


doi: 10.21037/jss.2018.01.01


Erratum to: J Spine Surg 2017;3:323-9

Composite PEEK/Carbon fiber implants can increase the effectiveness of radiotherapy in the management of spine tumors

In the article that appeared on pages 323–329 of the September 2017 issue of the Journal of Spine Surgery (JSS) (1), the Figures 2 and 3 legends have been transcribed incorrectly.

The corrections are as follows:

“Figure 2 Male, 56 years. (A) T7-T8 Chondrosarcoma Gr. 2 focally Gr. 1; (B) pre-operative MRI and CT scan; (C) pre-operative ASIA score D.” should be corrected as “Figure 2 Male, 56 years. T7-T8 Chondrosarcoma Gr. 2 focally Gr. 1; (A,B) pre-operative MRI and (C) pre-operative CT scan. Pre-operative ASIA score D.”

“Figure 3 Male, 56 years. (A) T7-T8 Chondrosarcoma Gr. 2 focally Gr. 1; (B) post-operative CT scan; (C) post-operative ASIA score E.” should be corrected as “Figure 3 Male, 56 years. T7-T8 Chondrosarcoma Gr. 2 focally Gr. 1; (A,B) post-operative CT scan. Post-operative ASIA score E.”

The publisher regrets the errors.


References

  1. Tedesco G, Gasbarrini A, Bandiera S, et al. Composite PEEK/Carbon fiber implants can increase the effectiveness of radiotherapy in the management of spine tumors. J Spine Surg 2017;3:323-9. [Crossref] [PubMed]
Cite this article as: Erratum to composite PEEK/carbon fiber implants can increase the effectiveness of radiotherapy in the management of spine tumors. J Spine Surg 2018;4(1):167. doi: 10.21037/jss.2018.01.01