Pathology of Nonspecific Aortoarteritis
- Minocycline-induced vasculitis fulfilling the criteria of polyarteritis nodosa. Katada, Yoshinori; Harada, Yoshinori; Azuma, Naoto; Matsumoto, Kengo; Terada, Haruko; Kudo, Eriko; Ishii, Masaru; Yamane, Hiroyuki; Yamamoto, Suguru; Ohshima, Shiro; Mima, Toru; Tanaka, Toshio; Saeki, Yukihiko // Modern Rheumatology;Aug2006, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p256
A 47-year-old man who had been taking minocycline for palmoplantar pustulosis developed fever, myalgias, polyneuropathy, and testicular pain, with elevated C-reactive protein (CRP). Neither myeloperoxidase- nor proteinase-3-antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody was positive. These manifestations...
- Immune globulin. // Reactions Weekly;10/14/2006, Issue 1123, p14
The article presents a case study of a 39-year-old man who developed cranial pachymeningitis during treatment with immune globulin for corticosteroidrefractory polyarteritis nodosa. The patient started receiving IV immune globulin. After the fifth infusion, he experienced headache and nausea...
- Acute phase proteins, C-reactive protein and serum amyloid A protein as prognostic markers in... Hogarth, Maxine B.; Gallimore, J. Ruth // Age & Ageing;Mar1997, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p153
Compares serum amyloid A protein (SAA) and C-reactive protein (CRP) responses in elderly medical patients and investigates whether these analyses provide prognostic information. Correlations and differences in CRP and SAA responses; Implications of CRP and SAA elevations.
- Classic polyarteritis nodosa. Kuijk, Jan-Peter; Geers, Tom // Clinical & Experimental Nephrology;Aug2013, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p590
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- Renal micropolyarteritis. Polak, A. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);7/11/1987, Vol. 295 Issue 6590, p70
Examines the renal disease micropolyarteritis Great Britain. Occurrence of inflammation in blood vessels and arteries; Diagnosis of micropolyarteritis through a biopsy of the kidney; Examination on the plasma creatinine concentration and urine for red cells.
- Erratum to: The Strength of Family Ties: Perceptions of Network Relationship Quality and Levels of C-Reactive Proteins in the North Texas Heart Study. Uchino, Bert; Ruiz, John; Smith, Timothy; Smyth, Joshua; Taylor, Daniel; Allison, Matthew; Ahn, Chul // Annals of Behavioral Medicine;Oct2015, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p782
A correction to the article The Strength of Family Ties: Perceptions of Network Relationship Quality and Levels of C-Reactive Proteins in the North Texas Heart Study published in a previous issue is presented.
- Comparison of C-Reactive Protein and Serum Amyloid A Protein in Septic Shock Patients. Cicarelli, Domingos Dias; Vieira, Joaquim Edson; Benseñor, Fábio Ely Martins // Mediators of Inflammation;2008, Vol. 2008 Issue 1, Special section p1
Septic shock is a severe inflammatory state caused by an infectious agent. Our purpose was to investigate serum amyloid A (SAA) protein and C-reactive protein (CRP) as inflammatory markers of septic shock patients. Here we evaluate 29 patients in postoperative period, with septic shock, in a...
- Conserved Domains, Conserved Residues, and Surface Cavities of C-reactive Protein (CRP). Kumar, Suggula; Ravunny, Roshini; Chakraborty, Chiranjib // Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology;Oct2011, Vol. 165 Issue 2, p497
C-reactive protein (CRP) is a highly conserved plasma protein belonging to pentraxins, a superfamily which has significant proinflammatory role. Therefore, CRP can be a good target for drug discovery to prevent disease pathogenesis, especially cardioprotection in acute myocardial infarction and...
- BRANCHIAL ARTERITIS OR AORTIC ARCH ARTERITIS. A NEW INFLAMMATORY ARTERIAL DISEASE (PULSELESS DISEASE). Koszewski, Bohdan J. // Angiology;Jun1958, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p180
Clinical picture, diagnostic features and pathologic findings of the new inflammatory arterial disorder called "branchial arteritis" or "aortic arch arteritis" are discussed. The condition is found in young people, mostly women, and is confined to the big elastic arteries arising from the aortic...