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Corrigendum to “Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma Presenting as Prolonged Pyrexia and Stauffer’s Syndrome: Can a Routine Ultrasound Scan Fail to Detect a Renal Cell Carcinoma?”
In the article titled “Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma Presenting as Prolonged Pyrexia and Stauffer’s Syndrome: Can a Routine Ultrasound Scan Fail to Detect a Renal Cell Carcinoma?” , the name of the third author was given incorrectly as S. A. G. L. Singhapura. The author's name should have been written as S. D. A. L. Singhapura. The revised authors' list is shown above.
The author’s Contribution section should also be updated to “C. L. Fonseka, A. G. T. A. Kariyawasam, S. D. A. L. Singhapura, I. G. T. M. Senarathna, and C. K. Bodinayake investigated the case. C. M. de Silva, T. E. Kanakkahewa, and C. K. Bodinayake planned radiological investigation and prepared the manuscript. All authors were involved in editing the content and approved the final version for publication.”
- C. L. Fonseka, A. G. T. A. Kariyawasam, S. A. G. L. Singhapura et al., “Metastatic renal cell carcinoma presenting as prolonged pyrexia and stauffer’s syndrome: can a routine ultrasound scan fail to detect a renal cell carcinoma?” Case Reports in Radiology, vol. 2018, Article ID 4215041, 4 pages, 2018.
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