Correction to: Hypervigilance to a Gluten-Free Diet and Decreased Quality of Life in Teenagers and Adults with Celiac Disease

  • Randi L. Wolf
  • Benjamin Lebwohl
  • Anne R. Lee
  • Patricia Zybert
  • Norelle R. Reilly
  • Jennifer Cadenhead
  • Chelsea Amengual
  • Peter H. R. Green
Publisher Correction

Correction to: Digestive Diseases and Sciences  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10620-018-4936-4

The original version of the article unfortunately contained formatting errors in Table 3. The correct version of Table 3 is given below.
Table 3

Celiac disease specific quality of life (QOL)a and knowledgeb in adults and teenagers by vigilance level

Adults

Extremely vigilant (n = 12)

Less vigilant (n = 38)

Total (n = 50)

t

p

Overall CDQOL

64.2 (16.0)

77.2 (12.2)

74.1 (14.2)

− 3.0

0.004

Subscales

 Dysphoria

85.4 (15.8)

94.1 (8.2)

92.0 (11.0)

− 2.5

0.016

 Limitations

56.7 (18.2)

73.8 (16.3)

69.7 (18.2)

− 3.1

0.004

 Health concerns

65.0 (20.4)

71.1 (19.3)

69.6 (19.5)

− 0.9

0.36

 Inadequate treatment

53.1 (25.1)

74.0 (24.0)

69.0 (25.7)

− 2.6

0.012

Knowledge

5.7 (0.7)

5.1 (0.8)

5.2 (0.8)

2.2

0.035

Teenagers

Extremely vigilant (n = 7)

Less vigilant (n = 23)

Total (n = 30)

t

p

Overall CDOPQOL

74.6 (14.2)

68.8 (15.2)

70.1 (14.9)

0.9

0.38

Subscales

 Social

72.5 (16.7)

69.3 (16.5)

70.0 (16.3)

0.4

0.66

 Uncertainty

66.7 (27.6)

69.9 (16.6)

69.2 (19.2)

− 0.4

0.70

 Isolation

83.9 (7.1)

71.2 (20.1)

74.2 (18.6)

1.6

0.12

 Limitations

75.0 (15.2)

63.4 (26.0)

66.1 (24.2)

1.1

0.27

Knowledge

5.1 (0.7)

4.8 (0.9)

4.9 (0.9)

0.9

0.39

aHigher CD-QOL (adults) or CDPQOL (teenagers) overall scores and subscales suggest higher degree of QOL; Scales 0–100

bHigher knowledge scores suggest higher knowledge; Scale 0–6

This has been corrected in the original version.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Health and Behavior Studies, Program in Nutrition, Teachers CollegeColumbia UniversityNew YorkUSA
  2. 2.Department of Medicine, Celiac Disease CenterColumbia University Medical CenterNew YorkUSA

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