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13 Possible Causes for Cerebral Vasculitis or Vasculopathy, Malaise, Subacute Clinical Course

  • Sarcoidosis

    Although sarcoid is well recognized to affect the central nervous system, it is unusual in the form of cerebral vasculitis.[] Abstract A 66-year-old woman, who was diagnosed with iritis, visited our hospital due to general malaise. A blood analysis revealed hypercalcemia.[] The disease is extremely heterogeneous with an unpredictable clinical course.[]

  • Intracerebral Hematoma

    Sickle cell disease Eclampsia or postpartum vasculopathy Infection Vasculitis Neonatal intraventricular hemorrhage Trauma In younger patients, vascular malformations, specifically[] […] amyloid angiopathy Intracranial neoplasm Coagulopathy Hemorrhagic transformation of an ischemic stroke Cerebral venous thrombosis Sympathomimetic drug abuse Moyamoya disease[] […] ipsilateral sensory loss, gaze paresis, skew deviation, miosis, or decreased level of consciousness Causes [ edit ] Hypertension Arteriovenous malformation Aneurysm rupture Cerebral[]

  • Lupus Encephalitis

    The terms cerebritis and vasculitis are well embedded in the literature and will be used in this article, keeping in mind the evolving understanding of the underlying processes[] Parkland R2 Corbin Eule presented a case of a 68 year-old female with 2 weeks of confusion and lower extremity motor and sensory neuropathy, on a background of chronic fatigue, malaise[] Clinical presentation and course are variable; common symptoms at presentation may include fever, fatigue, malaise, joint pain, abdominal pain, and stereotypical malar rash[]

  • Kawasaki Disease

    cerebral arteries.[] The specific signs and symptoms vary with the stage of disease: Acute stage fever that is refractory to antibiotics general malaise and irritability non-exudative conjunctivitis[] […] presentation of KD varies over time, with the clinical course conventionally divided into 3 stages: acute, subacute, and convalescent (see the image below).[]

  • Vasculitis

    […] venous thrombosis Laboratory Pathology: Vasculopathy Perivascular inflammation Systemic or CNS Association with: HLA-B51 CSF Abnormal in 75%: Especially with parenchymal[] Signs and symptoms include joint pain, loss of pulse, high blood pressure, night sweats, fever, general malaise, appetite loss, headaches and visual changes.[] This makes these tests very unsuitable as ‘screens’ in patients with vague symptoms such as malaise, weight loss or fever.[]

  • Cerebral Angiitis

    However, there is little histological support for lupus cerebritis, and cerebral vasculitis in SLE is uncommon. Vasculopathy on the other hand is seen often in SLE.[] Symptomatology is variable and usually presents as headache, focal or global neurological dysfunction, confusion, intellectual deterioration, memory loss, malaise, stroke,[] The time course pattern of CNS angiitis is also highly variable and the onset of symptoms may be either acute, subacute or chronic, regardless of the specific syndrome.[]

  • Pneumococcal Meningitis

    Delayed cerebral thrombosis may occur in patients with excellent recovery from pneumococcal meningitis.[] For hospitalized patients with documented penicillin-sensitive (MIC In patients with atypical presentations (eg, diffuse infiltrates, subacute clinical course) or a nondiagnostic[] We identified 5 meningitis cases with delayed vasculopathy in the literature, but these patients did not exactly resemble the clinical course of our patients.[]

  • Endocarditis

    ), noninflammatory vasculopathy, Moyamoya disease and fibromuscular dysplasia.[] Symptoms can be nonspecific and include fever , malaise, shortness of breath , and weakness .[] The classic clinical presentation and clinical course of IE has been characterized as either acute or subacute.[]

  • Susac Syndrome

    Cerebral angiography suggested vasculitis in the younger patient.[] Her episode of vision loss was immediately followed by symptoms of depression, including general malaise, sadness, and suicidal ideation.[] The clinical course of SS is usually self-limited, fluctuating, and monophasic.[]

  • CANOMAD Syndrome

    […] venous thrombosis Laboratory Pathology: Vasculopathy Perivascular inflammation Systemic or CNS Association with: HLA-B51 CSF Abnormal in 75%: Especially with parenchymal[] Fever, nocturnal sweating, weight loss, malaise, organomegaly, lymphadenopathy, edema, pleural and pericardial effusion or ascites, rash are typical findings.[] • No significant improvement in Rankin, sensory & MRC scores • 3 (23%) with CIDP and 1 PN IgM (13%) improved • 5 patients (24%) had one or more side effects (3 nausea, 2 malaise[]