Published: 24 January 2023
Author(s): Camille Mettler, Nathanael Beeker, Mathis Collier, Véronique Le Guern, Benjamin Terrier, Laurent Chouchana
Issue: March 2023
Section: Original article

Systemic vasculitis are characterized by inflammation of the vessel wall, classified according to clinical, biological and histological criteria [1]. Systemic vasculitis can be severe and even life-threatening in some cases. Morbidity and mortality are the consequences of multisystemic manifestations, specific localizations (i.e., renal failure) or drug adverse reactions (i.e., immunosuppression and severe infections). Although systemic vasculitis mainly affect elderly population, they can rarely occur in women of childbearing age [2–4].


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