Primary Angiitis affects the Central Nervous System and is a rare form of vasculitis. Blood vessels in the brain become inflamed and might even spread to the spinal cord. This condition affects people with neurological disorders of unknown origin. It is a relatively less curable disorder than other types of vasculitis and often results in occlusion of blood vessels, thrombosis, ischemia and tissue necrosis. Strokes, cardiac arrests, seizures, headaches and behavioral changes are likely to come about with the occurrence of Primary Angiitis.
HOW IS PRIMARY ANGIITIS DIAGNOSED?
Angiography is usually performed for patients suffering from Primary Angiitis.