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Assessment of the 2006 revised antiphospholipid syndrome classification criteria
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    Comments on the Reassessment of the 2006 revised antiphospholipid syndriome classification criteria

    Dear Editor, The recent retrospective study by Kaul et al(1) on the assessment of the 2006 revised classification criteria for definite antiphospholipid syndrome (2) sets the ground for at least three issues. a) The inclusion of “non-criteria aPL features” in the revised APS criteria is indeed a step forward, but it appears that it requires revaluation, particularly with regards to the addition of thrombocytopenia as a dist...

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