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Primary CNS Vasculitis

Diagnosing CNS Vasculitis: Calabrese Criteria

The diagnosis of primary CNS vasculitis requires:

  • A newly acquired focal or diffuse neurological deficit and/or psychiatric symptom plus
  • Angiographic and/or brain biopsy evidence of CNS vasculitis in the absence of an underlying systemic condition known to cause or mimic the findings