She was referred to the ophthalmology clinic and fundoscopy showed pigmented keratic precipitates on the cornea and frosted branch angiitis
in the left eye.
Tumour-like mass lesion: An under-recognised presentation of primary angiitis
of the central nervous system.
Allergic granulomatosis and angiitis
(Churg-Strauss syndrome): report and analysis of 30 cases.
The common causes for raised eosinophil count are parasitic conditions, allergy/atopy, eczema, urticaria, allergic rhinitis, angioneurotic oedema, reactive eosinophilia subsequent to T-cell lymphoma, B-cell lymphoma, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, eosinophilic leukemia, idiopathic hypereosinophilic syndrome, allergic drug reactions and collagen vascular diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, eosinophilic fasciitis or allergic angiitis
The final diagnosis was determined to be (tumefactive) cerebral amyloid angiopathy with angiitis
10] Studies found few patients with segmental cerebral arteritis on angiography  and others with normal carotid angiography, but occlusive granulomatous angiitis
of small vessels.
Although the majority of cases with STI are idiopathic, conditions like vasculitis, sickle cell disease, polycythemia, epididymitis, intimal fibroplasia of spermatic artery, hypersensitivity angiitis
, trauma, or prior testicular torsion can predispose to this condition.
An extended diagnostic procedure for vascular, toxic, metabolic, and infectious diseases should be performed carefully to avoid other etiologies which are not caused by thyroid dysfunctions such as autoimmune encephalopathy, infections of central nervous system, acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM), Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Wernicke's encephalopathy, and CNS angiitis
Childhood CNS vasculitis (CPANS) which is also known as primary CNS angiitis
is one of the most important causes of acquired neurological deficits in children (60).
Microscopic brain tissue examination showed signs of acute granulomatous inflammation, multiple hemorrhagic infarctions, and angiitis
in the presence of numerous amebic trophozoites and cysts (Figure), which showed granulomatous hemorrhagic necrotic amebic meningoencephalitis.
Other rare causes of white matter hyperintensities include cerebral vasculitis, primary angiitis
, leucodystrophies, infective conditions such as Lyme disease and the neurosarcoidosis.
B-cell dominant lymphocytic primary angiitis
of the central nervous system: four biopsy-proven cases.