- Vasculitis of any type affecting the female genital tract is usually an isolated finding (only 10% have systemic disease, Int J Gynecol Pathol 2000;19:258)
- Isolated polyarteritis nodosa of female genital tract is rare - either giant cell type in post-menopausal women in any part of female genital tract or PAN-type in younger women affecting cervix (Mod Pathol 1994;7:610)
Isolated polyarteritis nodosa -
End of Cervix > Inflammation > Vasculitis
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