Isolated small-vessel angiitis of the central nervous system.


Isolated cerebral angiitis was confirmed by brain parenchyma biopsy in a 31-year-old man with a rapidly progressive encephalopathy and normal cerebral angiography and magnetic resonance imaging. Presenting features of aphasia, hemiparesis, and lethargy resembled herpes simplex encephalitis. Severe neurologic deficits rapidly resolved with steroids plus… (More)


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