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Related to periarteritis: endarteritis, arteritis nodosa
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Noun1.periarteritis - inflammation of the outer coat of an artery
arteritis - inflammation of an artery
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(11) Pulmonary lesions included edema, fibroplasia, infiltrations, hemorrhage, periarteritis, endothelial swelling and vacuolation, lymphoid hyperplasia, congestion, and thrombosis.
Uber eine bisher nicht beschriebene eigenthumliche Arterienkrankung (Periarteritis Nodosa), die mit Morbus Brightii und fortschreitender allgemeiner Muskellahmung einhergeht.
Therefore, imaging findings and serum biomarkers are useful for the diagnosis of IgG4-related periarteritis. However, histologic analysis of other vessels, such as the aorta, may be necessary for patients with chronic periaortitis, including inflammatory abdominal aortic aneurysms and retroperitoneal fibrosis, which are frequently similar in patients with IgG4-related and non-IgG4-related disease (5).
It was previously called mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome and infantile periarteritis nodosa4.
IgG4-related periaortitis and periarteritis are the most common lesions affecting various medium- to large-sized arteries, including the abdominal aorta, iliac artery, renal artery, and mesenteric artery (57).
Hatron et al., "Spontaneous intrahepatic hematoma revealing nodular periarteritis," Gastroenterologie Clinique Et Biologique, vol.
Periarteritis nodosa presenting as a breast lesion: report of a case and review of the literature.
Unilateral acute uveitis with periarteritis and detachment [in Japanese].
Nachman, "Myocardial infarction following steroid therapy in periarteritis nodosa," The American Journal of Cardiology, vol.
Regardless of these unequivocal improvements, radiation-induced osteitis is a well-described phenomenon consisting of reduction in bone vasculature as a consequence of endarteritis and periarteritis. Swelling and vacuolization of the endothelial cells lead to a loss of vascularization, thus resulting in the development of sclerotic connective tissue and fibrosis.

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