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Erratum: Vol. 48, No. 17

In the article, "Mental Retardation Following Diagnosis of a Metabolic Disorder in Children Aged 3-10 Years--Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, 1991-1994," an error occurred in Table 1 on page 354. The line for "Classic galactosemia" should have read "Galactosemia, to include all types of galactosemia (classic and variant forms)." The indicated rate of 12.8 per 100,000 represents all forms of galactosemia identified in Georgia during 1981-1991. The one case of galactosemia found in the Metropolitan Atlanta Developmental Disabilities Surveillance Program was the classic form.

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