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Lymphocytic vasculitis

Lymphocytic vasculitis: Introduction

Lymphocytic vasculitis: Blood vessel inflammation due to infiltration of blood vessel walls with lymphocytes which can causes raised skin welts which can be tender and painful. The skin often remains darkened after the lesions are resolved. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Lymphocytic vasculitis is available below.

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