From first symptoms to final diagnosis of Cushing's disease: experiences of 176 patients

in European Journal of Endocrinology
Correspondence should be addressed to I Kreitschmann-Andermahr; Email: ilonka.kreitschmann@uk-essen.de

The authors and the journal apologise for an error in Figure 1 in the above article published in the European Journal of Endocrinology vol 172, issue 3, pp 285–289. In the figure, the reasons for medical consultation of an internist before the diagnosis of Cushing's disease have been erroneously presented to be the same as to those for consultation of a gynaecologist. The figure legend had also been inadvertently cropped. The correct figure with the legend is published in full below.

Most frequent symptom categories and the medical specialists to whom they

The authors and the journal apologise for an error in Figure 1 in the above article published in the European Journal of Endocrinology vol 172, issue 3, pp 285–289. In the figure, the reasons for medical consultation of an internist before the diagnosis of Cushing's disease have been erroneously presented to be the same as to those for consultation of a gynaecologist. The figure legend had also been inadvertently cropped. The correct figure with the legend is published in full below.

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Most frequent symptom categories and the medical specialists to whom they were presented. *CD, Cushing's disease. **This cluster contains symptoms such as buffalo-hump, moon-face, plethora, petechiae, hirsutism, striae and muscle atrophy.

Citation: European Journal of Endocrinology 172, 6; 10.1530/EJE-14-0766e

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