I'm typing out some information on patients that I've examined for research purposes, e.g.
John Doe. Height: 192,3 cm. Weight: 89,2 kg.
Now, imagine I came across a particularly rotund John Doe whose weight happens to exactly match his height - what a coincidence! I'll write
John Doe. Height: 170,2 cm. Weight: 170,2 kg.
... but anyone who reads that might be tempted to think I've made a mistake and written his height twice, forgetting his weight. How should I point out that it is in fact "written as intended"?
[sic] doesn't feel right, seeing as I'm not quoting anyone.
[written as intended] is a bit long-winded.
[!] feels a bit informal.
Are there any other possibilities that I'm unaware of? Preferably formal.