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Classification of childhood vasculitides

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Some vasculitides affect both adults and children: some occur almost exclusively in children (Kawasaki disease), some in adults (temporal arteritis) and some have different features in adults and children (polyarteritis and Wegener’s granulomatosis). There is a need, therefore, for a classification of childhood vasculitides. Consensus criteria for …

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