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May 2017 (vol. 216, no. 5, page 522)

        Stampalija T, Arabin B, Wolf H, et al. Is middle cerebral artery Doppler related to neonatal and 2-year infant outcome in early fetal growth restriction? Am J Obstet Gynecol 2017;216:521.e1-13.
        In the May 2017 issue of the Journal, an incorrect figure for an Original Research: Obstetrics article was published in the print edition (Figure, page 522) and at ajog.org (Figure 2, page 521.e6). The title, legend, and key were correct as published and are reproduced here along with the correct figure.
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        Figure 2Odds ratios with 95% confidence intervals for neonatal and 2 year infant outcome
        Odds ratios of MCA, UCR, and CPR z-scores on inclusion (first) and within one week before delivery (last) for short-term outcome (A) survival of the neonatal period without severe morbidity, and for long-term outcome (B) survival without neurological impairment at 2 years, adjusted for gestational age at delivery per week and birth weight p50 ratio per 0.1. The odds ratios of the adjusting parameters are shown below the horizontal line.
        CPR, cerebroplacental ratio; DV no A, late changes in ductus venosus (no or reverse A wave flow); DV p95, early changes in the ductus venosus (DV-PI >95th percentile); MCA, middle cerebral artery; UCR, umbilicocerebral ratio.
        Stampalija et al. Middle cerebral artery Doppler in early fetal growth restriction. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2017.

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