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Prognosis of large vessel involvement in large vessel vasculitis

Journal of Autoimmunity

Feb 10, 2020

Mathieu VautierDavid Saadoun

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To assess prognosis factors and outcome of large vessel involvement (LVI) in large vessels vasculitis (LVV) patients. Retrospective multicenter study of characteristics and outcomes of 417 patients with LVI including 299 Takayasu arteritis (TAK) and 118 Giant cell arteritis (GCA-LVI) we...read more

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Prognostic Factor
Death (Finding)
Takayasu Arteritis
Follow-up
Revascularization - Action
Giant Cell Arteritis
Transient Ischemic Attack
Complication
Retrospective Studies
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Prognosis of large vessel involvement in large vessel vasculitis

Journal of Autoimmunity

Feb 10, 2020

Mathieu VautierDavid Saadoun

PMID: 32035747

DOI: 10.1016/j.jaut.2020.102419

Abstract

To assess prognosis factors and outcome of large vessel involvement (LVI) in large vessels vasculitis (LVV) patients. Retrospective multicenter study of characteristics and outcomes of 417 patients with LVI including 299 Takayasu arteritis (TAK) and 118 Giant cell arteritis (GCA-LVI) we...read more

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Prognostic Factor
Death (Finding)
Takayasu Arteritis
Follow-up
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Giant Cell Arteritis
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Complication
Retrospective Studies
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