Apr 1, 1986

Vasculitic neuropathy in panarteritis nodosa: clinical and ultrastructural findings

Italian Journal of Neurological Sciences
G BussoneM G Petruccioli Pizzini

Abstract

Clinical involvement of the peripheral nervous system in panarteritis nodosa is common, but the histological aspects are little known. We describe the sural nerve, muscle and skin biopsy findings in a patient with panarteritis nodosa, affected by mononeuritis multiplex. The data are compared to those reported in other types of vasculitis neuropathy.

Mentioned in this Paper

Vasculitis
Blood Vessel
Electron Microscopy
Perineurium
Muscle
Skin
Diabetic Neuropathies
Mononeuropathies
Vasa Nervorum
Neuritis, Sensory

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