Diffuse arteritis, long-term immunosuppression and malignancy.


A 45-year-old White man presented with multiple aneurysm formation and severe constitutional symptoms, the control of which entailed long-term corticosteroid therapy. Early in the patient's clinical course, two aneurysms were resected, and at subsequent postmortem examination the vascular lesions were found to be inactive and fibrosed, which suggested that… (More)


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@article{Jacobs1976DiffuseAL, title={Diffuse arteritis, long-term immunosuppression and malignancy.}, author={P. Jacobs and R Slome and Angelika Timme}, journal={South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde}, year={1976}, volume={50 44}, pages={1785-8} }