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Figure 102.1
Cutaneous small‐vessel vasculitis producing palpable purpura. (Courtesy of Andrew Carmichael.)
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Figure 102.5
Leukocytoclastic (small vessel) vasculitis at (a) lower and (b) higher magnifications. There is visible vascular wall damage with evidence of red bloo...
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Figure 102.9
Erythema elevatum diutinum. (a) On the hands. (b) Early non‐fibrotic lesions at a typical site on the knee. This patient also had EED on the hands, an...
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Figure 102.13
IgA vasculitis. (a) Haemorrhagic vesicles present on the hand. (Courtesy of Andrew Carmichael, South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust, UK.) (b) Vasculitis ex...
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Figure 102.17
Computed tomography of the thorax demonstrating pulmonary haemorrhage affecting both lung fields in microscopic polyangiitis.
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Figure 102.21
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis. (a) X‐ray showing bilateral nodules.(b) Computed tomography of the thorax demonstrating a thick‐walled cavity in the...
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Figure 102.25
Cutaneous polyarteritis nodosa. (a) Erythematous lesions on the leg. (b) Nodules and ulceration on the leg. (c) Ulcerating lesions on the leg. (d) Liv...
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Figure 102.2
Cutaneous small‐vessel vasculitis demonstrating a haemorrhagic vesicle. (Courtesy of Andrew Carmichael.)
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Figure 102.6
Cutaneous small‐vessel vasculitis (CSVV). (a) Vesicles in a dependent area on the foot. (b) Purpura on the thighs; there was similar involvement on th...
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Figure 102.10
Granuloma faciale. (a) Low‐magnification view showing perivascular nodular infiltrates within the dermis. (b) At a higher magnification the infiltrate...
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Figure 102.14
Cryoglobulinaemic vasculitis.
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Figure 102.18
Classification of antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody vasculitides and polyarteritis nodosa (PAN). ACR, American College of Rheumatology; CHCC, Chapel...
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Figure 102.22
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis. (a) Ulcerated lesions of cutaneous small‐vessel vasculitis. (b) Larger ulcerated lesions with background vasculitis....
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Figure 102.26
Giant cell arteritis at (a) lower and (b) higher magnifications. There are obliterative vascular changes with a lymphocytic and multinucleated giant c...
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Figure 102.3
Ulcerated necrotic lesions in a livedo distribution suggestive of medium‐vessel disease. (Courtesy of Andrew Carmichael.)
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Figure 102.7
Vasculitis due to sepsis, in a patient with impaired level of consciousness. The necrotic lesion in (a) and the reticulate pattern on the leg in (b) a...
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Figure 102.11
Granuloma faciale. (a) Reddish brown plaque on the nose (courtesy of Dr G. Dawn, Monklands Hospital, UK). (b) Close up of a facial plaque.
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Figure 102.15
Serum protein electrophoresis. (a) Demonstrating a clear band in lanes 1, 2 and 5. Lanes 3 and 4 are negative controls and lane 5 is a urine control f...
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Figure 102.19
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis. (a) There is extensive leukocytoclastic vasculitis involving the entire dermis. (b) Note the extensive area of colla...
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Figure 102.23
Relatively subtle vasculitis on the legs in eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis. The patient also had eosinophilia and rapidly developed a m...
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Figure 102.27
Colour Doppler ultrasound of the temporal artery demonstrating vessel wall oedema (the halo sign).
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Figure 102.4
Leukocytoclastic vasculitis. (a) Low‐magnification photomicrograph showing perivascular infiltrates and fibrinoid deposits within the vessels of the u...
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Figure 102.8
Erythema elevatum diutinum at (a) lower and (b) higher magnifications. There is a perivascular infiltrate containing neutrophils, with leukocytoclasis...
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Figure 102.12
IgA vasculitis at (a) lower and (b) higher magnifications. There is perivascular leukocytoclasis and fibrin deposition, and eosinophils are present. ...
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Figure 102.16
Urticarial vasculitis.
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Figure 102.20
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis. (a) Cutaneous infarction. (b) Digital infarction.
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Figure 102.24
Computed tomography scan of paranasal sinuses demonstrating opacification of the maxillary sinuses and bone erosion in eosinophilic granulomatosis wit...