Abstract

Small vessel vasculitides often manifest as neurological, renal, pulmonary and dermatological symptoms. Clinical features of systemic vasculitides are often nonspecific; therefore, it is important that GPs be aware of the range of symptoms that can help in the differential diagnosis, treatment and management of this diverse group of conditions.

Keywords

small vessel vasculitides, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, management

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