||Underdiagnosis and overdiagnosis are problems in marginal cases, and much of the recent increase in the number of reported ASD cases is likely due to changes in diagnostic practices.
||This consideration has led to concerns about the potential for both underdiagnosis and overdiagnosis.
||Underdiagnosis and overdiagnosis may be problems.
||The last revision of 2015 suggested variable diagnostic criteria in low-risk and high-risk populations to avoid overdiagnosis in the first category and underdiagnosis in the last one.
||Lack of laboratory diagnostic capabilities and lack of disease awareness amongst health care providers also causes underdiagnosis.
||Nonetheless, lack of awareness and resources gives rise to underdiagnosis of the disease in the country.