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Horne BD, Anderson JL, John JM, Weaver A, Bair TL, Jensen KR, Renlund DG, Muhlestein JB, for the Intermountain Heart Collaborative (IHC) Study Group. Which White Blood Cell Subtypes Predict Increased Cardiovascular Risk? J Am Coll Cardiol 2005;45:1638–43.
On page A30 of the Condensed Abstracts Table of Contents, the second sentence should have read:
Among 3,227 patients, WBC count was confirmed to independently predict death/MI in patients with or at high risk for coronary artery disease, but a greater predictive ability was provided by high neutrophil (fourth quartile >6.6 ×103μl) or low lymphocyte counts (2.2-fold increase for fourth quartile compared with first quartile of neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio).
In the Abbreviations and Acronyms box, L should have been identified as lymphocyte.
In the legend to Figure 1, N/L should have been defined as neutrophil/lymphocyte.
- American College of Cardiology Foundation