The Authors Reply: “Cost and Utility of Thrombophilia Testing”

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Petrilli, CM
Heidemann, L
Mack, M
Durance, P
Chopra, V
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We thank Dr. Berse and colleagues for their correspondence about our paper. We are pleased they agreed with our conclusion: Thrombophilia testing has limited clinical utility in most inpatient settings.

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Journal of Hospital Medicine

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12

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9

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Petrilli, CM; Heidemann, L; Mack, M; Durance, P; Chopra, V, The Authors Reply: “Cost and Utility of Thrombophilia Testing”, Journal of Hospital Medicine, 2017, 12 (9), pp. 784-

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