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Correction: Time-Dependent Impact of Irreversible Electroporation on Pancreas, Liver, Blood Vessels and Nerves: A Systematic Review of Experimental Studies

  • J. A. Vogel,
  • E. van Veldhuisen,
  • P. Agnass,
  • J. Crezee,
  • F. Dijk,
  • J. Verheij,
  • T. M. van Gulik,
  • M. R. Meijerink,
  • L. G. Vroomen,
  • K. P. van Lienden,
  • M. G. Besselink

Correction: Time-Dependent Impact of Irreversible Electroporation on Pancreas, Liver, Blood Vessels and Nerves: A Systematic Review of Experimental Studies

  • J. A. Vogel, 
  • E. van Veldhuisen, 
  • P. Agnass, 
  • J. Crezee, 
  • F. Dijk, 
  • J. Verheij, 
  • T. M. van Gulik, 
  • M. R. Meijerink, 
  • L. G. Vroomen, 
  • K. P. van Lienden
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There are errors in the Results and Conclusions sections of the Abstract.

The last sentence of the Results section of the Abstract should read: In nerves, the median time until demonstrable histological changes was 24 hours.

The last sentence of the Conclusions section of the Abstract should read: Whereas pancreas and liver showed the first damages after 1–2 hours, this took 24 hours in nerves and 7 days in blood vessels.

Reference

  1. 1. Vogel JA, van Veldhuisen E, Agnass P, Crezee J, Dijk F, Verheij J, et al. (2016) Time-Dependent Impact of Irreversible Electroporation on Pancreas, Liver, Blood Vessels and Nerves: A Systematic Review of Experimental Studies. PLoS ONE 11(11): e0166987. pmid:27870918