Correction: What Is Your Diagnosis?

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In the What Is Your Diagnosis? article published in the March 1, 2017, issue (J Am Vet Med Assoc 2017;250:505–507), 2 corrections are necessary.

A radiographic projection was named incorrectly in the fourth sentence of the first paragraph of the Radiographic Findings and Interpretation section. The sentence should have read as follows:

The fundus and body of the stomach are severely distended by gas and soft-tissue opacities on the left lateral view and located on the right side of the abdomen on the dorsoventral view.

Also, anatomical descriptions for panels A and B in the legend for Figure 2 need clarification. These sentences should have read as follows:

A—Notice the gas-distended and caudally displaced pylorus (arrows) and free peritoneal gas superimposed over the liver (circled). B—The fundus and body of the stomach are severely distended by a soft tissue opacity, indicating the presence of fluid or food (asterisk).

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