Introduction Acute Respiratory Distress Comes With a Lot of Etiological Factors. the Least Common Among
It Is, Diffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage Which Constitutes More Than 50 of the Mortality Rate. One of the Least
Common Cause of Diffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage Is Small Vessel Vasculitis. Vasculitis Is a Group of Rare But
Potentially Serious Disorders Characterized By Inflammation of Blood Vessels.
Clinical Profile Vasculitis Presents With Multiple Etiological Factors, But It Is Believed to Involve An
Abnormal Immune Response. the Immune System Mistakenly Attacks Healthy Blood Vessels, Leading To
Inflammation. some Cases of Vasculitis Are Linked to Autoimmune Disorders, Where the Body's Immune
System Attacks Its Tissues. Other Possible Triggers Include Infections, Certain Medications, and Exposure
To Toxins.The Affected Individual Presents With Fatigue, Muscle Pain, Fever, Cough, Hemoptysis ,
Abdominal Pain, Blood In Urine or Weakness and Numbness In Hands or Feet. In Severe Cases There Is
Presence of Blood and Protein In Urine , Making It Appear Brownish and Foamy , High Blood Pressure And
Results Diagnosing Vasculitis Can Be Complex, As Its Symptoms Often Overlap With Other Medical
Conditions. the Prognosis Is Extremely Poor If Not Diagnosed In Time. Hence Better Clinical History And
Adequate Tests Like Test For Anca Antibodies, Lft and Kft Is Extremely Important. Treatment For
Vasculitis Aims to Control Inflammation, Alleviate Symptoms, and Prevent Further Dama ...