cerebral vasculitis

cerebral vasculitis

Temporal arteritis, see there.
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Several associations between autoimmune hepatitis, and polymyositis/dermatomyositis with other diseases have been documented: with thyroiditis and antiphospholipid syndrome; systemic sclerosis and cerebral vasculitis; primary biliary cirrhosis and thrombocytopenic purpura; myasthenia gravis and thymoma; membranous nephropathy and Sjogren's syndrome; and, finally, with systemic sclerosis and sarcoidosis of mediastinal lymphoid nodules (3-8).
The court heard how Wallace suffered from a series of strokes in 2010, which has resulted in him having cerebral vasculitis.
Among these, the most significant papers and research interests are dysphagia rehabilitation in opercular syndrome in patients with stroke, aortic atherosclerosis, inflammation and stroke, stroke incidence, gender differences and stroke, stroke in women, homocysteine and stroke, patent foramen ovale and stroke, Takatsubo cardiomyopathy and transient general amnesia, and cerebral vasculitis. She was recently selected to be included in the Marquis Who's Who in America publication for outstanding achievements in the field.
Ongoing cerebral vasculitis during treatment of Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
The pathogenesis is controversial but is associated with a recent immune response and can involve the central nervous system ranging from headaches to rarely reported cerebral vasculitis [5, 6].
pneumoniae meningitis complicated by postinfectious cerebral vasculitis, intracranial abscess, hydrocephalus, hearing loss, and brain infarct.
Immunologic cerebral vasculitis and extrapulmonary tuberculosis: an uncommon association.
On the fourth day of his hospitalization, the patient was consulted to the Neurology department because of sleeplessness and agitation, with the early diagnosis of delirium and cerebral vasculitis secondary to SLE.
Huq was diagnosed with cerebral vasculitis at a London neurology hospital after he was admitted to it on August 13.
The patient was diagnosed as cerebral vasculitis due to HSP.
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