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What sort of problem is arteritis?
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Dr. Jeffrey Miller
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Arteritis
This is inflammation of an arterial blood vessel.
This is caused either by allergy to a drug where the body thinks the drug is foreign and needs to be removed. Other times the body just reacts against the blood vessels, causing blockage, usually accompanied by a rash, fever, damage to organs the blood vessel supplies ie kidney, lung skin, eye, brain, joint

In brief: Arteritis
This is inflammation of an arterial blood vessel.
This is caused either by allergy to a drug where the body thinks the drug is foreign and needs to be removed. Other times the body just reacts against the blood vessels, causing blockage, usually accompanied by a rash, fever, damage to organs the blood vessel supplies ie kidney, lung skin, eye, brain, joint
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