[Sneddon's syndrome: its clinical characteristics and etiopathogenic factors].

Abstract

Sneddon syndrome is know as the association of idiopathic livedo reticularis and cerebrovascular lesions. The most characteristic trait of this syndromes is a non-inflammatory arteriopathy in medium caliber vessels. The pathogenic role of antiphospholipid antibodies in this disease is not clear. Clinical characteristics and etiopathogenic features of eight… (More)

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@article{Sempere1992SneddonsSI, title={[Sneddon's syndrome: its clinical characteristics and etiopathogenic factors].}, author={Angel P{\'e}rez Sempere and B. D. Palomino - Mart{\'i}nez and Fernando Bermejo and M L Tahoces and Ana Cabello}, journal={Revista clinica espanola}, year={1992}, volume={191 1}, pages={3-7} }