Vasculitis of Breast in Behget's Disease-- A Case Report

Dundar, Semra V.; Sivri, Bülent; Gököz, Aytaç
October 1988
Angiology;Oct1988, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p921
Academic Journal
This is the case report of a thirty-one-year-old woman who presented with a large skin lesion on a breast that was first thought to be a malignant or inflammatory process. After a biopsy, the lesion was diagnosed as nonspecific vasculitis. No similar case has been found in a review of the literature.


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