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        In the article by Lara et al in the March 2022 issue of The Journal of Hand Surgery (“Traditional Versus Digital Media—Based Hand Therapy After Distal Radius Fracture”, Vol. 47, No. 3, p. 291.e1-291.e8), some of the values and units for grip strength in Table 3 were incorrect. Please see the following corrected table. The publisher and authors regret this error.
        Table 3Summary of Objective Physical Examination Measures
        Data have been shown as means ± SDs for normally distributed variables and medians (IQRs) for nonnormally distributed variables.
        Physical Examination Measures6 Weeks≥12 Weeks
        nMeasurenMeasure
        Wrist extension, degrees
         Digital media1645 (35–57)1575 (60–80)
         Traditional2850 (43–60)1765 (60–70)
        Wrist flexion, degrees
         Digital media1645 ± 141565 (60–75)
         Traditional2841 ± 161757 (40–65)
        Wrist ulnar deviation, degrees
         Digital media1628 ± 101535 ± 13
         Traditional2827 ± 141727 ± 12
        Wrist radial deviation, degrees
         Digital media1615 (10–20)1519 ± 5
         Traditional2815 (10–19)1717 ± 11
        Forearm pronation, degrees
         Digital media1680 (80–90)1590 (80–90)
         Traditional2880 (70–90)1780 (70–90)
        Forearm supination, degrees
         Digital media1675 (65–83)1590 (80–90)
         Traditional2870 (60–80)1780 (72–90)
        Wrist circumference, cm
         Digital media1617.5 (15.0–19.2)1517.1 (7.0–18.0)
         Traditional2816.8 (15.3–18.5)1716.3 (7.5–18.5)
        Grip strength, kg
         Digital media1620.3 ± 11.51531.9 ± 16.3
         Traditional2819.9 ± 15.01725.3 ± 19.4
        Data have been shown as means ± SDs for normally distributed variables and medians (IQRs) for nonnormally distributed variables.

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