Granulomatous vasculitis in Crohn's disease: a clinicopathologic correlate of two unusual cases.

@article{Burns2010GranulomatousVI,
  title={Granulomatous vasculitis in Crohn's disease: a clinicopathologic correlate of two unusual cases.},
  author={Ariel M Burns and Noreen Walsh and Peter J. Green},
  journal={Journal of cutaneous pathology},
  year={2010},
  volume={37 10},
  pages={1077-83}
}
Cutaneous complications occur not uncommonly in patients with Crohn's disease (CD). Gastrointestinal CD often shows non-caseating granulomas and a rare cutaneous finding in CD is a sterile granulomatous infiltrate not contiguous with the GI tract, termed extraintestinal CD (ECD). The clinical presentation of ECD is diverse. The most common histopathological presentation is a superficial and deep granulomatous infiltrate that often accompanies a mixed perivascular infiltrate. Here we report two… CONTINUE READING

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