Large vessel vasculitis

The term large vessel vasculitis (LVV) usually denotes the spectrum of primary vasculitides that causes chronic granulomatous inflammation predominantly involving the aorta and its major branches.

The two major entities in this group are

There are, however, many other conditions that can potentially involve large calibre vessels. These include:

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rID: 21431
System: Vascular
Tag: cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Large vessel vasculitides
  • Vasculitides affecting large vessels
  • Large vessel vasculitis (LVV)

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