Errors occurred in the article by Pershad et al, titled “Imaging Strategies for Suspected Acute Cranial Shunt Failure: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis” published in the August 2017 issue of Pediatrics (2017;140[2]: e20164263; doi:10.1542/peds.2016-4263).

On page 1, in the Results section of the Abstract, the text reads: “Performing fsMRI on all patients would cost $269 770 to gain 1 additional quality-adjusted life-year compared with POCUS.” This should have read: “Performing fsMRI on all patients would cost $27 627 to gain 1 additional quality-adjusted life-year compared with CT.”

On page 3, on Fig 1A, the phrase “change if possible” appeared on the first 2 limbs of the decision tree. This phrase should not have been included.

On page 6, in the Results section, at the end of paragraph 1, the text reads: “The ICER for fsMRI versus POCUS followed by CT (ie, POCUS-CT) was $66 654.” This should have read: “The ICER for fsMRI versus POCUS followed by CT (ie, POCUS-CT) was $66 654. Separate from the 4 strategies, we also evaluated a POCUS only option. Performing fsMRI on all patients would cost $269 770 to gain 1 additional QALY compared with a POCUS only strategy.”

The above corrections have been made to the online article.