It has been mentioned that granulomatous inflammatory infiltration, vasculitis, and necrotizing vasculitic
findings can be detected in peripheral nervous system involvement.
His complete blood count, liver and kidney function tests, blood glucose, electrolytes and thyroid function tests, and vasculitic
panel was normal.
Patients may also develop vasculitic
lesions as a result of drugs (especially antibiotics) given to treat infections.
The patient was diagnosed with SLE 30 years prior to admission, during which her disease manifestations included membranous nephritis, arthritis of the hips, wrists, hands, and knees, vasculitic
skin rash, and mild pancytopenia.
Acute myelopathies and vasculitic
neuropathies should be treated with intravenous glucocorticoids, plasma exchange and cyclophosphamide as partial to complete recovery may be expected.
First, potential causes of encephalopathy such as infection, toxins, neoplasia, vasculitic
syndromes, metabolic conditions and electrolyte disorders should be excluded.
The cutaneous complications of metal implants generally are eczematous, but they can be urticarial and vasculitic
as well, with symptoms either generalized or localized.
* Left sural nerve biopsy- vasculitic
neuropathy with diabetic vascular changes.
(4) A recent descriptive analysis and systematic reviewof the literature reported that influenza vaccine was the most commonly associated vaccine with all types vasculitic
events (up to 25% of cases) and HSP as the most frequent vasculitis presenting after any immunization (19% of reports).
Behcet's disease is a systemic vasculitic
disorder that is characterized by recurrent oral and genital ulcers, uveitis, skin lesions such as papulopustular lesions, erythema nodosum, and ocular, vascular, gastrointestinal, and nervous system complications (2, 3).
Children with more severe courses of the disease may also suffer from heart and lung complications, calcinosis (small lumps of calcium under the skin or in the muscles), vasculitic
ulcers (holes in the skin or gastrointestinal tract), and in some severe cases it can even be fatal.
MRI and MR venography are useful imaging techniques for the characterization of occlusive vasculitic