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Am J Dis Child. 1965;110(2):143. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1965.02090030153007.
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Why Did Hephaestus Limp?—Kurt Aterman, MD, Amer J Dis Child 109:381-392, 1965.

  1. Page 384: The legends for Fig 4A and 4B have been reversed.

  2. Page 391: Reference 4 should read "von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, U:"

  3. Reference 29 should read "Tyson, E.: Philological Essay Concerning the Pygmies, the Cynoephali, the Satyrs, and Sphinges of the Ancients, 1699, cited by Ruffer24 and Pernet.31

  4. The following additions to the legends should be made:

    • Fig 1: (From: Ref 32). Fig 7, 8: (From: Ref 18).

    • Fig 2: (From: Ref 33). Fig 9:

    • Fig 3, 4A, 4B: (From: Ref 34). Fig 10:

    • Fig 5: (From: Ref 31). Fig 11:

    • Fig 6: (From: Ref 13 and 11). Fig 12:

    • (From: Ref 22).

    • (From Ref 11, 13, and 27).

    • (From Ref 11 and 13).

    • (From: Ref 30).


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