What is the life span after diagnosis of central nervous system CNS vasculitis?

Highly variable. Depends on root cause and treatment response. Sometimes it will relapse and remit, other times it can spontaneously resolve.

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What do you know about central nervous system vasculitis?

Very dangerous. CNS vasculitis is an uncommon form of vasculitis. It usually has normal lab tests. It presents with abnormalities in the central nervous system that can look like cerebritis, encephalitis, or stroke. This is a very dangerous life threatening disease. If you have these symptoms go immediately to an er. This is normally diagnosed by angiogram or brain biopsy. It is treated by experienced rheum. Read more...