In this case series, the authors present 5 patients with a clinical history and MRI findings suggestive of primary CNS vasculitis. How to best diagnosis this rare, but devastating disease?
A growing body of observational clinical evidence is changing the way rheumatologists classify, diagnose, and treat vasculitis and antibody-associated…
An interesting article from the journal RadioGraphics.
It is not always easy getting tissue to ascertain diagnosis, especially if it involves brain biopsy. Serologies are often bland in the majority of the CNS vasculitides. Imaging therefore holds the key for both diagnosis and monitoring of treatment response.