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an aetiological & clinicopathological study on cutaneous vasculitis. "an aetiological & clinicopathological study on cutaneous vasculitis.", by Khetan P, Sethuraman G, Khaitan BK, Sharma VK, Gupta R, Dinda AK, Sreenivas V, Singh MK. F1: (a). Hypersensitivity vasculitis showing palpable purpura on the lower leg; (b). Urticarial vasculitis showing urticarial plagues on the upper extremity....

Vasculitis is an inflammation of the capillary. Swelling is your body's response to tissue injury. Autoimmune disorders or diseases that make your body attack itself, infections, and injury are some instances of prospective reasons for swelling in the capillary. Swelling in the blood vessels can lead to serious issues, consisting of organ damages and aneurysms, a bulge in the wall of a blood vessel. There are several types of vasculitis, and it can impact any one of the capillary in the body. With vasculitis, you might experience general symptoms, such as fever, fat burning, tiredness, breakout, and pain. You may have other symptoms depending on the part of the body that is affected and if the vasculitis is significant. If you are diagnosed with vasculitis, medicine can assist improve your symptoms and aid you avoid issues and flares. If vasculitis reacts to treatment, it can enter into remission, a time period when the disease is not active. There are a number of types of vasculitis.

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