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Table 1 Comparison of Tel-Hashomer, Yalcinkaya Ozen and Eurofer/Printo set criteria (modified from references 11,12,13). Tek-Hashomer is a writing error, it should be changed in Tel-Hashomer

From: A case report of a boy suffering from type 1 diabetes mellitus and familial Mediterranean fever

Tel Hashomer Criteria Yalcinkaya Ozen criteria Eurofever/PRINTO clinical + genetic criteria Eurofever/PRINTO clinical only criteria
Major Criteria
1.Recurrent febrile episodes with serosi- tis (peritonitis, synovitis or pleuritis)
2- Amyloidosis of AA type without a predisposing disease
3- Favorable response to regular colchi- cine treatment
Minor Criteria
1- episodes
2- FMF in a first-degree relative 3- Erysipelas-like erythema
1- Fever (Axillary temperature of > 38 °C, 6 72 h of duration, > 3 attacks)
2- Abdominal pain (6 72 h of duration, > 3 attacks)
3- Chest pain (6 72 h of duration, > 3 attacks)
4- Arthritis (6 72 h of duration, > 3 attacks, oligoarthritis)
5- Family history of FMF
Presence of confirmatory MEFV genotype and at least one among the following
1-Duration of episodes 1–3 days
2-Arthritis
3- Chest pain
4- Abdominal pain
OR
Presence of not confirmatory MEFV genotype and at least two among the following
1-Duration of episodes 1–3 days
2-Arthritis
3-Chest pain
4- Abdominal pain
Presence of 1-Eastern Mediterranean ethnicity
2-Duration of episodes 1–3 days
3- Arthritis
4- Chest pain
5- Abdominal pain
Absence of
1-Aphthous stomatitis
2- Urticarial rash
3- Maculopapular rash
4- Painful lymph nodes
2 major criteria or 1 major + 2 minor criteria > 2 criteria >  6 criteria
  1. Comparison of Tek-Hashomer, Yalcinkaya Ozen and Eurofer/Printo set criteria. Modified from references [11,12,13]