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Mandal P, Berrow EJ, Naroo SA, et al. Validity and repeatability of the Aladdin ocular biometer. Br J Ophthalmol 2014;98:256–58.

The figure legends were not written correctly; the “LoA”s are actually the 95% confidence intervals for the data. The authors have reviewed their original data and re-formulated the graphs. The results and conclusions are unaffected. Please see the revised graphs below.

Figure 1

Bland-Altman plot showing the difference in axial length (AL) with the Aladdin compared with the IOLMaster 500 (black circles) and repeat Aladdin (white circles) measurement versus the mean measurement of AL. The solid line represents the mean difference in measurement. The dotted lines represent the upper and lower 95% limits of agreement.

Figure 2

Bland-Altman plot showing the difference in anterior chamber depth (ACD) with the Aladdin compared with the IOLMaster 500 (black circles) and repeat Aladdin (white circles) measurement versus the mean measurement of ACD. The solid line represents the mean difference in measurement. The dotted lines represent the upper and lower 95% limits of agreement.

Figure 3

Bland-Altman plot showing the difference in average keratometry with the Aladdin compared with the IOLMaster 500 (black circles) and repeat Aladdin (white circles) measurement versus the mean measurement of keratometry. The solid line represents the mean difference in measurement. The dotted lines represent the upper and lower 95% limits of agreement.

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