About Vasculitis

All About Vasculitis Disease & the Types of Vasculitis

PeopleDo you already have vasculitis or are you suspected of having vasculitis? Does someone you know have vasculitis?

Here you can read about the basics of the individual vasculitis diseases, including diagnosis, treatment and the affects. These have been written in plain language by medical professionals who are experts in the field of diagnosing and treating vasculitis.

For the newly diagnosed patient our "Understanding Vasculitis Factsheet" will be a starting point for you, your family, friends and colleagues to learn about the basics of vasculitis. You can download the factsheet at:

The individual vasculitis diseases are covered in detail: see Individual Diseases. Each page can be downloaded as a PDF. The PDF link will be found at the end of each page.

For doctors, other medical professionals and students, our Professionals pages offer a quick guide to all the primary systemic vasculitis diseases.

There is immediate access to the latest published Guidelines for the treatment of Adults with ANCA associated vasculitis, and Guidelines for the treatment of Paediatric vasculitis - see Guidelines. Also included in the professionals pages are relevant information, summaries of published papers on each topic or disease.

If you find information here that is incorrect or misleading or out of date, please contact us.

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News

Rare Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases Alliance Update

31 Aug 2018

RAIRDA Autoimmune Rheumatic Disease Alliance

Vasculitis UK Charity Ball

28 Aug 2018

A date for your diary

Vasculitis Fellowships

17 Aug 2018

Events

Workshop in Nottingham

06 Oct 2018

Lincolnshire Support Group Meeting

06 Oct 2018

Bournemouth Half Marathon

07 Oct 2018

Cardiff Half Marathon

07 Oct 2018

Running to raise awareness of vasculitis

West Midlands Vasculitis Support Meeting

07 Oct 2018

Copyright © 2018 Vasculitis UK. All Rights Reserved. Whilst we make every effort to keep up to date, any information that is provided by Vasculitis UK should not be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the opinion of your GP or other qualified medical professional before starting any new treatment, or making changes to existing treatment.
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