The Efficacy of Massage in Reducing Nodule Formation After Poly-L-Lactic Acid Administration for Facial Volume Loss: A Randomized, Evaluator-Blinded Clinical Trial

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In the article that appeared on page 1266 in the November 2016 issue of Dermatologic Surgery, there was an error in the Methods section, in the following sentence:
“Twenty-four to 48 hours before treatment, the PLLA was resuspended in 7 mL of bacteriostatic water to ensure adequate rehydration of the product and was refrigerated. Immediately before injection, an additional 1 mL of 1% lidocaine with epinephrine was added for a final dilution of 8mL per vial of PLLA, and the vial was mixed with a Vortex-Genie mixing device (Scientific Industries Inc., Bohemia, NY) as previously described (5).”
The corrected sentence appears below:
“Twenty-four to 48 hours before treatment, the PLLA was resuspended in 7 mL of STERILE WATER FOR INJECTION to ensure adequate rehydration of the product and was refrigerated. Immediately before injection, an additional 1 mL of 1% PLAIN LIDOCAINE was added for a final dilution of 8mL per vial of PLLA, and the vial was mixed with a Vortex-Genie mixing device (Scientific Industries Inc., Bohemia, NY) as previously described (5).
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