necrotizing angiitis

nec·ro·tiz·ing an·gi·i·tis

inflammatory reaction of blood vessels resulting in fibrinoid necrosis of tissue, especially of the blood vessel wall.

necrotizing angiitis

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Dr Liebow provisionally termed this constellation of findings necrotizing sarcoid granulomatosis (NSG) and stated that "the problem is whether the disease represents necrotizing angiitis with sarcoid reaction, or sarcoidosis with necrosis of the granulomas and of the vessels.
In 1973 Liebow (1) expressed his uncertainty about the nature of NSG, stating that "the problem is whether the disease represents necrotizing angiitis with sarcoid reaction, or sarcoidosis with necrosis of the granulomas and of the vessels.
Furthermore, necrotizing angiitis has also been described in adult amphetamine abusers (Citron et al.