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Volume 8, Number 8—August 2002

Dispatch

Haemophilus aphrophilus Endocarditis after Tongue Piercing

Hossein Akhondi* and Ali R. Rahimi*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Mercer School of Medicine, Savannah, Georgia, USA;

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Figure

The tongue pierce of the man from the case study. The stud was bispherical metal inserted without anesthesia or preparation. Although the stud was removable, the patient had not removed it. The area around insertion was clean with no local sign of infection when the stud was removed; the tongue was not inflamed or painful.

Figure. The tongue pierce of the man from the case study. The stud was bispherical metal inserted without anesthesia or preparation. Although the stud was removable, the patient had not removed it. The area around insertion was clean with no local sign of infection when the stud was removed; the tongue was not inflamed or painful.

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CrossRef reports the author should be "Tweeten" not "Samantha" in the reference 2 "Samantha, Tweeten, Rickman, 1998".

Medline reports the first author "Samantha S" is not correct in the reference 2 "Samantha, Tweeten, Rickman, 1998".

CrossRef reports the first page should be "183" not "187" in the reference 3 "Ramage, Wilson, Thomson, 1997".

CrossRef reports the author should be "van der Meer" not "" in the reference 6 "Van der meer JT, Thompson, 1992".

Medline reports the first author "Koenig L" is not correct in the reference 9 "Koenig, Carnes, 1999".

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