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Unformatted text preview: respiratory tract involvement (pulmonary haemorrhage/ haemoptysis) often get a saddle nose. Kidneys (glomerulonephritis --renal failure) Skin purpura Arthralgia Eye involvement (scleritis, uveitis, keratitis) cANCA positive proteinuria and haematuria Arteriole to medium Churg-strauss (Triad of - asthma, eosinophilia and vasculitis) Affects skin, heart, nerves and lungs Increased eosinophils ANCA positive Arteriole to medium Microscopic polyangitis Glomerulonephritis, pulmonary haemorrhage Arteriole to capillary Henoch-schonlein purpura More common in children. May be a mild rash (purple nodules) on legs and trunk. In older children can affect kidney and gut. Arteriole to capillary Essential cryoglobinaemic vasculitis Arteriole to capillary Behcets Mouth ulcers, genital ulcers, joints affected and skin rashes, ocular involvement (uveitis)...
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- Fall '10