|May 2008 · Vol. 20, No. 05
“Obstetric anal sphincter injury: 7 critical questions about care,” by Ranee Thakar, MD, MRCOG, and Abdul H. Sultan, MD, FRCOG (February)
Figure 9 on page 65 of the February issue should have reflected the uncertainty of cesarean section as a management option in symptomatic women with a severe injury and in asymptomatic women with a borderline injury; in some cases, vaginal delivery may be a better option. In addition, the definitions in the legend were incorrect.