Vasculitis, Cutaneous Necrotizing

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  • Dermal Necrotizing Angiitis
  • Cutaneous Leukocytoclastic Angiitis
  • Irritation Vasculitis

Disorder Class

  • None

General Discussion
Cutaneous necrotizing vasculitis (CNV) is characterized by swelling as well as cells damage (necrosis) of blood vessel walls (lumen) as well as linked skin (cutaneous) lesions. CNV could be a key condition process or occur as a result of, or in organization with, a number of various hidden conditions (e.g., specific infections, particular autoimmune problems) or various other aspects (e.g., allergy or irritation to certain medications, contaminants, or breathed in ecological toxic irritants). It is necessary to figure out whether there is a hidden disorder that leads to the CNV prior to treatment is begun.

CNV is among a larger group of conditions including swelling and also blood vessels called the vasculitides or the vasculitic syndromes. These disorders vary from modest problems restricted to the skin to more severe ones that could involve various body organ systems.

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