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In the February 1999 issue of the Journal, we regret that the paper by Hamel et al (pp 140-143) contained errors in two of the figures. In fig 1, the markers used in the construction of the haplotypes were omitted, and part B of fig 3 was omitted. The corrected figures are reproduced below.

Figure 1

Part of the family pedigree showing informative markers from which the haplotypes were constructed.

Figure 3

(A) Histological section of the dorsal part of the pons in patient IV.7; note the symmetrical, spongy change in the area of the central segmental tract (see arrows). (B) Higher magnification of this tract shows pronounced microvacuolar change without gliosis or inflammatory infiltrate (combined LFB-HE staining).

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