Localised Wegener’s granulomatosis — a difficult and delayed diagnosis
Clinical report and literature review
A case of localised Wegener’s granulomatosis presenting with central nervous system symptoms and signs is described. The difficulties of early diagnosis are highlighted and the diagnosic criteria of the disease are discussed.
KeywordsVasculitis Renal Involvement Sphenoid Sinus Granulomatous Lesion Open Lung Biopsy
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