This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Cutaneous vasculitis has protean clinical manifestations. It may be idiopathic or associated with a spectrum of conditions such as infections, drugs, etc. The histopathological features may not always relate with the clinical lesions.
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Cutaneous vasculitis was classified on the basis of etiology (primary or secondary), on the basis of size of vessel wall as well as on the dominant inflammatory cell infiltrating the vessels. Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community without restricting the access of published content.
Referencias. 1. McDuffie FC, Sams WM Jr, Maldonado JE, et al. Hypocomplementemia with cutaneous vasculitis and arthritis.
Possible immune complex syndrome. clinico-histopathological spectrum of cutaneous vasculitis: a retrospective study of 62 cases more by editor International Journal of Clinical & Biomedical Resaerch (IJCBR) and Sohaib Ahmad ABSTRAC¬T Context: Cutaneous Vasculitis is the inflammation of vessel walls which leads to .
Three patients with systemic complications of mononeuritis multiplex (two of three), interstitial pulmonary fibrosis (two of three) and abdominal microaneurysms (one of three) died within 1 year of onset of the cutaneous vasculitis.