Sole-Llenas, J.; Mercader, J. M.; Mirosa, F.
October 1978
Angiology;Oct1978, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p713
Academic Journal
The article focuses on cerebral arteritis that react against any inflammatory process by forming typical lesions on their walls. Cerebral arteritis can be classified as primary or secondary. In primary cerebral arteritis, the initial change occurs on the arterial walls. This change is caused by systemic diseases of an allergic or autoimmune nature. The granuloma contains epithelioid cells, giant cells and in some cases eosinophils. Primary necrotic arteritis is characterized by a thickening of the vessel wall by a special substance dyed by fibrin and by the presence of inflammatory lesions on the arterial wall or the perivascular area.


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