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European Journal of Pediatrics

, Volume 178, Issue 3, pp 299–300 | Cite as

Correction to: Maternal smoking during pregnancy and risk of cryptorchidism: a systematic review and meta-analysis

  • Chengjun Yu
  • Yi Wei
  • Xiangliang Tang
  • Bin Liu
  • Lianju Shen
  • Chunlan Long
  • Tao Lin
  • Dawei He
  • Shengde WuEmail author
  • Guanghui Wei
Correction

Correction to: European Journal of Pediatrics

  https://doi.org/10.1007/s00431-018-3293-9

The publisher regrets that the original version of this article contained an error. Table 1 was shown in the wrong version, thus corrected table is shown in this article.

The original article has been corrected.
Table 1

Extracted fundamental information of papers included in meta-analysis between maternal smoking during pregnancy and risk of cryptorchidism

First author

Year

Location

Study tapes

Sample size

Study period

Method of exposure measurement

The time mothers smoked

The number of cigarette mothers smoked

Biggs et al

2002

Washington USA

CCS

11975

1987–1996

birth and hospital discharge records

NA

NA

Jensen et al

2007

Odense and Aalborg

Denmark

cohort

5716

1984–1987

Questionnaires and medical records

Before pregnancy only; stopped before week 36; throughout pregnancy

Divided into 4 groups: 0 cigarettes/day; 1–9 cigarettes/day; 10–19 and ≥ 20

Kurahashi et al

2005

Sapporo Japan

CCS, cohort

212

Cases:1990–2003 controls: 1985–2001

Mailed questionnaires and hospital records

Before pregnancy;during pregnancy and passive smoking

NA

Mongrawchaffin et al

2007

California USA

Cohort

334

1959–1967

Interview during early pregnancy

 

0 cigarettes/day; 1–9 cigarettes/day;10–19 and ≥ 20

Moller et al

1996

Copenhagen

Denmark

CCS

571

Cases:1949–1960 controls: 1946–1970

Mail or telephone interview

Smoked regularly during pregnancy

NA

Adams et al

2011

Washington USA

CCS

40,386

1992–2008

Records from CHARS data

NA

NA

Virtanen et al

2006

Turku

Finland

CCS

1284

1997–2001

Hospital records

NA

NA

Mcbride et al

1991

Columbia Britain

CCS

732

1982–1984

Hospital and Health Surveillance Registry records, letters, postal questionnaire and phone calls

Among first birth; among later birth

NA

Akre et al

1999

Sweden

CCS

16,698

1983–1993

Medical Birth Register and Inpatient Register records, Interview and antenatal examination

Daily and non-daily smoking

NA

Damgaard et al

2008

Copenhagen Denmark and Turku Finland

Cohort

2496

Denmark:1997–2001, Finland: 1997–1999

Mail, antenatal clinical data, questionnaires, interviews, hospital records and birth records

Cessation before pregnancy; occasional smoker; cessation during pregnancy; current smoker

NA

Beard et al

1984

Minnesota USA

CCS

565

1943–1973

Medical records

NA

NA

Pierik et al

2004

Rotterdam, Netherlands

CCS, cohort

391

1999–2001

Home visit, interview, questionnaire

NA

NA

Berkowitz et al

1996

New York, USA

CCS, cohort

422

1987–1990

Questionnaire, perinatal database

NA

NA

Wagner-Mahler et al

2011

Nice area France

Cohort

6246

2002–2005

Questionnaire, examination

NA

NA

Davies et al

1986

Cambrige, England

ccs

212

Since1978

Hospital notes, interview, telephone

NA

NA

Brouwers et al

2012

Netherland

CCS

829

1996–2004

Hospital records, interview and telephone

NA

NA

Carbone et al

2007

Ragusa, Italy

CCS

384

1998–2002

Public pediatric records, interview,

NA

NA

Shiono et al

1986

California, USA

CCS

33434

1974–1977

Questionnaire and hospital records

NA

NA

Mori et al

1992

Japan

CCS

208

1978–1986

Mailed questionnaires, interview

NA

NA

Fernandes et al

2007

Granada, southern Spain

Cohort

702

2000–2002

Examinations, blinded interviews, questions

NA

NA

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of UrologyChildren’s Hospital of Chongqing Medical UniversityChongqing CityChina
  2. 2.Chongqing Key Laboratory of Children Urogenital Development and Tissue EngineeringChongqingChina
  3. 3.Ministry of Education Key Laboratory of Child Development and DisordersChongqingChina
  4. 4.China International Science and Technology Cooperation Base of Child Development and Critical DisordersChongqingChina
  5. 5.Chongqing Key Laboratory of Pediatrics ChongqingChongqingChina

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