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Erratum to: Transcervical, intrauterine ultrasound-guided radiofrequency ablation of uterine fibroids with the VizAblate System: safety, tolerability, and ablation results in a closed abdomen setting

  • Jose Gerardo Garza-Leal1,
  • David Toub2Email author,
  • Iván Hernández León1,
  • Lorena Castillo Saenz1,
  • Darrin Uecker2,
  • Michael Munrow2,
  • Diane King2,
  • Jordan Bajor2 and
  • James Coad3
Gynecological SurgeryEndoscopic Imaging and Allied Techniques20118:665

https://doi.org/10.1007/s10397-011-0665-9

Published: 2 March 2011

The original article was published in Gynecological Surgery 2011 8:655

Erratum to: Gynecol Surg

DOI 10.1007/s10397-010-0655-3

The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake. In Table 2, the number of treated subjects in the acute group should have read 12, not 121. The corrected table is given below.
Table 2

Ablation results

Group

No. of treated subjects

No. of treated fibroids

No. of ablations

Fibroid diameter range

Mean percentage of fibroid ablationa

Acute

12

12

14b

0.8–5.1 cm

62.3% ± 27.6%; range 15–100%, median 60%

Subacute

7

8

8c

1.6–7.4 cm

76.3% ± 25.5%; range 40–100%, median 85%

Pooled

19

20

22

0.8–7.4 cm

67.2% ± 27.0%; range 15–100%, median 75%

aFor fibroids ≤5.0 cm in maximum diameter

bIncludes one fibroid that received two ablations, one subject with two fibroids that each received single ablations, and one ablation in pathology confirmed adenomyosis

cOne subject had two fibroids, each of which received a single ablation

Notes

Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
(2)
Gynesonics, Inc
(3)
West Virginia University

Copyright

© Springer-Verlag 2011

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