PMID: 40505Jan 1, 1979

A fulminating case of Takayasu's disease (author's transl)

Annales de médecine interne
G HarryJ Quillard


Takayasu's disease rarely presents as acute episodes of vascular thrombosis, and the authors describe such a case in order to emphasize this fact. A description is given of the various types of clinical picture seen in this disease, for which a final diagnosis can only be made by combining angiographic and histology findings.

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