cerebral vasculitis

cerebral vasculitis

Temporal arteritis, see there.
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3) Disseminated mycobacterial infection may involve CNS and present as meningitis, abscesses, encephalomyelitis as well as the less common stroke-like infarcts in the setting of cerebral vasculitis.
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.
Burcin, "Ischemic stroke accompanied by anti-PR3 antibody-related cerebral vasculitis and hepatitis C virus infection," Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine, vol.
Cerebral and cerebellar meninges were moderately expanded with lymphocytes, plasma cells, and macrophages (Figure 2), and cerebral vasculitis was associated with surrounding malaria.
In children with unexplained neurological findings, cerebral vasculitis should be considered in the absence of other systemic vasculitides and necessary radiological investigations should be performed in this regard.
The differential diagnoses for RE include Dyke-DavidoffMasson syndrome, Sturge-Weber syndrome, hemimegalencephaly, and unihemispheric cerebral vasculitis.
Recent reports suggest that the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain is the modality of choice for the diagnosis of cerebral vasculitis because of its high sensitivity (1,2,7,11,12,14).
Chapters are included on endovascular treatment and management of conditions that include tumors and vascular malformations of the head and neck, cerebral vasculitis, intracranial aneurysms, cerebral vasospasm post-subarachnoid hemorrhage, and spinal vascular malformations.
It should be noted that one of the characteristics of ischemic stroke in young patients was the development of this pathology due to cerebral vasculitis.
Cases of aphasia (8) and occasionally of amnesia (9) have been reported, but other potential causes for these syndromes should always be considered in the differential diagnosis, (10) particularly ADEM and also cerebral vasculitis and cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leucoencephalopathy.

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