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412 Possible Causes for Episcleritis, Sinusitis, Vasculitis

  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    CT of the sinuses showed severe mucosal thickening.[] Most common ophthalmic manifestations were orbital masses, episcleritis/conjunctivitis, and scleritis (74/226, 32/226, and 12/226, respectively).[] Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA) is a systemic vasculitis characterised by necrotising inflammatory changes in small-sized and medium-sized vessels and granuloma formation[]

  • Microscopic Polyangiitis

    ., sinusitis) frequently seen in people affected by GPA.[] MPA can have conjunctival, episcleral, scleral, and corneal manifestations.[] OBJECTIVES: The Vasculitis Damage Index (VDI) is used to define the degree of damage occurring in patients with systemic vasculitis.[]

  • Sweet Syndrome

    After 24 h, computed tomography (CT) was arranged of the orbits, paranasal sinuses, and brain in order to exclude orbital cellulitis, subperiosteal abscess, cavernous sinus[] Her course of disease was complicated by arthralgias, episcleritis, headaches, and erythema nodosum-like subcutaneous involvement.[] Putting it all together, a diagnosis of vasculitis was made and treatment with Steroids & Rituximab was initiated.[]

  • Felty's Syndrome

    Necrotizing sinusitis and saddle nose deformity were distinctive clinical features.[] Eye symptoms (including dry eyes and irritation due to Sjögren's syndrome and red and painful eyes due to episcleritis).[] We address the issue of "adding fuel to the fire" and review reported implications of GCSF in induction of vasculitis.[]

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Screws are usually not placed above the inion to avoid the intracranial venous sinuses.[] […] rheumatoid nodules are usually seen in pressure areas: elbows, occiput, lumbosacral 3 occurs in RF-positive patients 9 ocular involvement keratoconjunctivitis sicca uveitis episcleritis[] Extensive investigations did not reveal evidences of other systemic causes such as malignancy or systemic vasculitis.[]

  • Churg-Strauss Syndrome

    Further tests verified pulmonary infiltrates, paranasal sinusitis, extravascular eosinophils on histopathologic sample of skin tissue, and polyneuropathy.[] Ophthalmologic findings showed episcleritis. Radiography of the chest and paranasal sinuses revealed no abnormalities.[] EGPA (Churg-Strauss) is one of the rarest systemic vasculitis, with less than 2 people in a million population being diagnosed each year.[]

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    Typical FDG accumulation was noted in the tracheobronchial trees of nine patients, the costal cartilage of five, joints of five, larynx of four, nasal cavity/paranasal sinuses[] The most common clinical presentations were auricular chondritis (n 9), episcleritis or scleritis (n 5), and large airway involvement (n 3).[] A microscopic examination of the omentum disclosed vasculitis, and corticosteroid and cyclophosphamide pulse therapies were administered.[]

  • Vasculitis

    Skin Joints Lungs Kidneys Gastrointestinal tract Blood Sinuses, nose, and ears Eyes Brain Nerve Skin A variety of rashes, the most classic of which is "palpable purpura" –[] The most frequent manifestations at diagnosis were urticaria (100%), arthritis (88%), followed by biopsy-proven glomerulonephritis (19%), episcleritis/scleritis (19%) and[] For example, ICD-10 classifies "vasculitis limited to skin" with skin conditions (under "L"), and "necrotizing vasculopathies" (corresponding to systemic vasculitis) with[]

  • Hypocomplementemic Vasculitis

    ., sinusitis, oral infection, cholecystitis, vaginitis, prostatitis, hepatitis, HIV, tinea manus or pedis) * Malignancy * Thyroid disease * Drugs (e.g., radiocontrast media[] One of these two patients also developed a severe systemic illness characterized by fever, headache, peritonitis, episcleritis, and pneumonitis.[] Hypocomplementemic vasculitis Unusual lupus-like syndrome Mac Duffie syndrome Anti-C1q vasculitis edit English Urticarial vasculitis No description defined Chronic urticaria[]

  • Episcleritis

    The red eyes were, therefore, manifestation of the sinusitis.[] Episcleritis is of two types: Simple and nodular. Simple episcleritis is more common that nodular and is less severe and painful.[] Episcleritis may be a manifestation of cutaneous leukocytoclastic vasculitis.[]

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