Clinico histopathological spectrum of cutaneous vasculitis

The quantitative variables such as age were expressed as mean. Lack of superiority of steroids plus plasma exchange to steroids alone in the treatment of polyarteritis nodosa and Churg-Strauss syndrome.

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Clinically, vasculitis was primary Perirenal and renal subcapsular haematoma as presenting symptoms of polyarteritis nodosa. Of the 61 patients studied, hypersensitivity vasculitis HSV [23 Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies ANCA and abnormal angiograms in polyarteritis nodosa and Churg-Strauss syndrome: Am J Dig Dis.

The frequency of each of the cause is variable depending upon the epidemiological difference and prevalence of infections.

Treatment of glomerulonephritis in microscopic polyangiitis and Churg-Strauss syndrome. Eosinophilic infiltrate was exclusively associated with primary vasculitis. Treatment of systemic vasculitis with cyclophosphamide and steroids: Polyarteritis nodosa and parvovirus B Hence we undertook this study to evaluate the aetiological factors and clinicopathological association with clinical lesions in patients with cutaneous vasculitis in a tertiary care hospital in north India.

An aetiological & clinicopathological study on cutaneous vasculitis

We studied the etiological factors and clinico-pathological spectrum of patients with cutaneous vasculitis at a tertiary referral centre of north India. Limitations of the American College of Rheumatology classification criteria in the diagnosis of vasculitis.

Epidemiology of vasculitis in Europe. The two most common forms of vasculitis were hypersensitivity vasculitis HSV 23 patients, Systemic vasculitis in a district general hospital Cutaneous vasculitis has protean clinical manifestations.

Two skin biopsies punch biopsy, 4 mm were taken in all cases, one each for routine histopathology and direct immunoflourescence DIF.

Pseudotumor of the muscle associated with necrotizing vasculitis of medium- and small-sized arteries and chronic myositis. There were 35 males Serum cytokine changes in systemic vasculitis. Skin biopsy remains the gold standard for diagnosing cutaneous vasculitis.

The lung in polyarteritis nodosa: The other cutaneous lesions were crusted plaques, ulcers, wheals and haemorrhagic vesicles.

Necrotizing angiopathy presenting with multifocal conduction blocks.


Damage occurs early in systemic vasculitis and is an index of outcome. J Bone Joint Surg. The histopathological features may not show any association with the clinical lesions. Murine gamma-herpes virus 68 causes large-vessel arteritis in mice lacking interferon-gamma responsiveness: Polyarteritis nodosa presenting as acute orchitis: Cutaneous vasculitis was classified on the basis of etiology primary or secondaryon the basis of size of vessel wall as well as on the dominant inflammatory cell infiltrating the vessels.

Elevation of cerebrospinal fluid interleukin-6 activity in patients with vasculitides and central nervous system involvement. Spontaneous liver rupture in polyarteritis nodosa.

History of chronic drug intake was present in seven patients for hypertension, diabetes mellitus, rheumatic heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and hypothyroidism.clinico-histopathological spectrum of cutaneous vasculitis: a retrospective study of 62 cases more by editor International Journal of Clinical & Biomedical Resaerch (IJCBR) and Sohaib Ahmad ABSTRAC¬T Context: Cutaneous Vasculitis is the inflammation of vessel walls which leads to.

Referencias. 1. McDuffie FC, Sams WM Jr, Maldonado JE, et al. Hypocomplementemia with cutaneous vasculitis and arthritis. Possible immune complex syndrome.

Clinico - Histopathological Spectrum of Cutaneous Vasculitis: A Retrospective Study of 62 Cases Nadia Shirazi et al.

Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community without restricting the access of published content. Results: Out of a total of 50 patients diagnosed clinically as cutaneous vasculitis, 41 were classified as leukocytoclastic vasculitis, 2 as Heinoch−Schonlein purpura, 2 as urticarial vasculitis and one each as nodular vasculitis, polyarteritis nodosa and pityriasis lichenoid et varioliforme acuta.

Cutaneous vasculitis has protean clinical manifestations. It may be idiopathic or associated with a spectrum of conditions such as infections, drugs, etc. Skin is involved in both small vessel vasculitis (SVV) and medium vessel vasculitis (MVV).

Clinico histopathological spectrum of cutaneous vasculitis
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