Correction to: Pseudovasculitis: an etiology not to miss

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Correction to: Clinical Rheumatology

In the original published version of the above article, the legend of Fig. 1 was revised. The legend for Fig. 1b mentioned splinter hemorrhages. However, there are no splinter hemorrhages in Fig. 1b, only in Fig. 1a. The original article has been corrected.

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Elman, S.A., Mazori, D.R. & Merola, J.F. Correction to: Pseudovasculitis: an etiology not to miss. Clin Rheumatol (2021).

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