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[mass noun] Inflammation of a blood vessel or blood vessels:[mass noun] ‘there is no evidence of vasculitis’[count noun] ‘symptoms suggestive of a systemic vasculitis’
- ‘The most common systemic vasculitis in adults is temporal arteritis.’
- ‘Other side effects include hepatitis, vasculitis, and thrombocytopenia.’
- ‘In the meantime, she underwent biopsy of the temporal artery, and today the pathology report revealed no evidence of vasculitis.’
- ‘Amphetamines and MDA also will produce vasculitis when used chronically.’
- ‘Leigh died from a condition called vasculitis, an inflammation of the blood vessels.’
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