Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1982;25(4):410-415.
Published online April 30, 1982.
A Case of Takayasu's Disease.
Kwang Chul Lee, Se Jin Cheon, Tai Sik Kim, Young Chang Tockgo
Department of Pediatrics, College of Medicine Korea university, Seoul, Korea.
Takayasu 氏病 1 例
李光哲, 千世鐵, 金泰植, 獨孤英昌
高麗醫大 小兒科學敎室
Abstract
Takayasu's disease is characterized by absent upper extremity pulses and ophthalmological finding of secreased visions and catract formation. Clinical features of Takayasu's disease are attributed to an obstructive arteritis of the large vessels criginating from aortic arch and other aortic segments. This dissease most frequently has been reported from Orient, and has affected primarily young females. This is a report of a 10 years old girl who developed the typical clinical and pathophysiological manifestation of Takayasu's disease and we also made brief review of literature.
Key Words: Takayasu's disease




Close layer
prev next