Acute Liver Injury Associated With the Herbal Supplement Hydroxycut in a Soldier Deployed to Iraq

@article{Jones2007AcuteLI,
  title={Acute Liver Injury Associated With the Herbal Supplement Hydroxycut in a Soldier Deployed to Iraq},
  author={Frances J. Jones and A Hirsohi Andrews},
  journal={The American Journal of Gastroenterology},
  year={2007},
  volume={102},
  pages={2357-2358}
}
TO THE EDITOR: The article by Sawhney et al. compares the prevalence of advanced colonic neoplasm in nonanemic patients and anemic patients with a variety of ferritin levels (1). While the use of odds ratios in Table 3 is correctly interpreted in the text, the likelihood ratios in Table 4 are not clearly discussed in the text. Guyatt et al. define an odds ratio as “a ratio of the odds of an event in an exposed group to the odds of the same event in a group that is not exposed” (2). Using the… CONTINUE READING

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