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nec·ro·tize

 (nĕk′rə-tīz′)
intr. & tr.v. nec·ro·tized, nec·ro·tiz·ing, nec·ro·tiz·es
To undergo necrosis or cause to necrose.
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necrotizing

adj necrotizante, necrosante
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Birmingham Vasculitis Activity Score (BVAS) in systemic necrotizing vasculitis. QJM 1994; 87: 671-8.
(2) The histopathological features include necrotizing vasculitis in both veins and arteries with eosinophilic infiltration in the vessels and the surrounding tissues.
Polyarteritis nodosa (PAN) is a systemic necrotizing vasculitis involving medium and small-sized muscular arteries with multisystem manifestations.
EGPA is an eosinophilic-rich necrotizing vasculitis, exceedingly rare in childhood, characterized by chronic rhinosinusitis, asthma, and peripheral blood eosinophilia [4, 6].
Churg-Strauss syndrome (CSS) is a rare multisystem disorder characterized by necrotizing vasculitis and extravascular granuloma formation.
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA) is a rare autoimmune disease, previously known as Wegener's granulomatosis, characterized by a pauci-immune necrotizing vasculitis of small- and medium-sized vessels that in typical cases involve the upper and lower respiratory tracts and the kidneys [1], although other limited involvements can be seen in some patients [2, 3].
(19) Wegener granulomatosis is a disease characterized by necrotizing vasculitis affecting the upper and lower respiratory tract accompanied by glomerulonephritis.
PAN is a necrotizing vasculitis involving medium to small vessels of most organs in the body, sparing the lungs, glomerulus capillaries, and the venous system [7].
Our findings are in agreement with previous studies which have demonstrated increased incidences of arterial thrombotic events in patients with systemic necrotizing vasculitis [6-8].
Lie, "Segmental mediolytic arteriopathy of the splenic and hepatic arteries mimicking systemic necrotizing vasculitis," Arthritis & Rheumatology, vol.