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In "Dr. Tyson Examines His Books" (Sept. 24), the figures given for malpractice insurance were per physician, not for the entire practice. Also, Tyson recommended an ENT (ear, nose and throat specialist), not, of course, an EMT (emergency medical technician), for the child whose earring backs had grown into her ears.

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