meningovascular


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me·nin·go·vas·cu·lar

(mĕ-ning'gō-vas'kyū-lăr),
Concerning the blood vessels in the meninges; or the meninges and blood vessels.

me·nin·go·vas·cu·lar

(mĕ-ning-gō-vas'kyū-lăr)
Concerning the blood vessels in the meninges; or the meninges and blood vessels.

meningovascular

(mĕn-ĭn″gō-văs′kū-lăr)
Pert. to blood vessels of the meninges.

meningovascular

Pertaining to the MENINGES and to the blood vessels supplying the brain.
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Neurosyphilis presents with 4 different clinical forms: Asymptomatic (most frequent), meningeal, meningovascular and parenchymal forms (2).
His subsequent positive CSF VDRL confirms the diagnosis of neurosyphilis, while his cerebrovascular imaging was consistent with that of vasculitis, leading to the diagnosis of ischemic stroke secondary to meningovascular syphilis.
Stages of neurosyphilis Stage Symptoms Asymptomatic None Symptomatic Early Meningeal Meningovascular Late Gummatous Cerebral Spinal compression Parenchymatous General paresis Tabes dorsalis Optic atrophy Table 2.
(2012) Neurosifilis meningovascular con trombosis de la arteria basilar.
How HIV may affect the course and treatment of syphilis * Higher RPR or T pallidum hemagglutination assay titer * False-negative syphilis serology * More frequent prozone phenomenon (* 68) * Higher rate of asymptomatic primary syphilis (66-68) * Multiple or deeper chancres during primary syphilis (69) * Overlap of primary- and secondary-stage features of syphilis (66,68) * Shorter latency period before meningovascular syphilis * Increased rate of early neurologic and ophthalmic involvement (66,68) * More rapid progression to tertiary manifestations (69) * Reduced efficacy of standard therapy for early syphilis ([dagger] 66) * More frequent relapse ([dagger] 68,70) * Delayed normalization of CSF values after treatment (69) Adapted from Pialoux et al.
Experience of meningovascular syphilis in human immunodeficiency virus infected patient.
Within five to ten years of an untreated initial infection, patients can develop meningovascular syphilis.
To the best of our knowledge, only 3 cases of medial or mediolateral medullary infarction and the classic clinical features of central Tapia syndrome have been described during the past century; 2 of these patients had brainstem infarctions, and 1 had meningovascular syphilis.
Meningovascular syphilis occurs due to involvement of blood vessels in the subarachnoid space resulting in arteritis, leading to thrombosis, infarction and ischemia.
Luego de 3 a 10 anos sin tratamiento, un tercio de los afectados pueden desarrollar sifilis terciaria, caracterizada por lesiones destructivas de la aorta (aneurisma aortico, regurgitacion, aortitis sifilitica), trastornos del sistema nervioso central (tabes dorsal, sifilis meningovascular, paresia general), compromiso de la piel y el sistema oseo (gomas).
Widespread vasculitis may be a feature of secondary syphilis, presenting with syndromes including hepatitis, iritis, stroke and meningovascular disease.