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Emorragia perirenale spontanea in paziente con poliarterite nodosa


, : Emorragia perirenale spontanea in paziente con poliarterite nodosa. Recenti Progressi in Medicina 92(1): 40

Polyarteritis nodosa is a necrotising vasculitis of small and medium-sized arteries. All coats of these vessels are involved easily resulting in aneurysm formations. It is an immunologic disease owing to immune complexes deposits. Kidney affection is over 80%. Polyarteritis nodosa may be complicated by perirenal hematoma, hemobilia, intrahepatic hemorrhage, epidural hematoma. Spontaneous perirenal hematoma can be the initial manifestation of this disease.

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