Evaluation of the sensitivity and specificity of four laboratory tests for detection of occult blood in cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) excrement

In “Evaluation of the sensitivity and specificity of four laboratory tests for detection of occult blood in cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) excrement” (AJVR, Vol 67, pp 1326–1332), the legend for Figure 2 should read, “Mean and 95% CI for in vitro sensitivities of 3 chromogen tests (test A [horizontal-striped bars], test B [vertical-striped bars], and test C [gray bars], respectively) and cytologic examination (white bars) used for detection of whole blood mixed with cockatiel excrement to yield specimens containing various concentrations of Hb. See Figure 1 for remainder of key.”

The legend for Figure 4 should read, “Mean and 95% CI for in vivo sensitivities of 3 chromogen tests and cytologic examination used for detection of occult blood in cockatiel excrement that was collected during the 24 hours after gavage administration of whole blood at various doses. See Figures 1 and 2 for remainder of key.”

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