Management of noninfectious mixed cryoglobulinemia vasculitis: data from 242 cases included in the CryoVas survey.

@article{Terrier2012ManagementON,
  title={Management of noninfectious mixed cryoglobulinemia vasculitis: data from 242 cases included in the CryoVas survey.},
  author={Benjamin Terrier and Evguenia Krastinova and I. H. {\'E}. S. Le Bois - Marie and David Launay and Adeline Lacraz and Pauline B{\'e}l{\'e}notti and Luc de Saint-Martin and Thomas Qu{\'e}m{\'e}neur and Antoine Huart and Fabrice Bonnet and Guillaume le Guenno and Jean Emmanuel Kahn and Olivier Hinschberger and Patricia Rullier and Elisabeth Diot and Estibaliz Lazaro and Frank Bridoux and Thierry Z{\'e}none and Fabrice Carrat and Olivier Hermine and J. M. L{\'e}ger and Xavier Mariette and Patricia Senet and Emmanuelle M Plaisier and Patrice Cacoub},
  journal={Blood},
  year={2012},
  volume={119 25},
  pages={5996-6004}
}
Data on the clinical spectrum and therapeutic management of noninfectious mixed cryoglobulinemia vasculitis (CryoVas) in the era of hepatitis C virus screening are lacking. We analyzed data from 242 patients with noninfectious mixed CryoVas included in the French multicenter CryoVas survey. Baseline manifestations were purpura (75%), peripheral neuropathy (52%), arthralgia or arthritis (44%), glomerulonephritis (35%), cutaneous ulcers (16%), and cutaneous necrosis (14%). A connective tissue… CONTINUE READING
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