Vasculitis for Professionals

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

'Friendly Fire'

Professor lsenberg & Dr Morrow - A book written for the general public about the immune system. Available from the Public Library

Immunological & Inflammatory Disorders of the CNS

'Patient: The True Story of a Rare Illness'

Ben Watt - The autobiography of a young musician who developed Churg-Strauss Syndrome. Published by Grove Press: New York, 1996 ISBN 0-802 I3583-8


Authors S Louis Bridges Jr and Gene V Ball - ISBN 10: 0198570198, ISBN 13: 978-0198570196

'Vasculitis' Balliere's Clinical Rheumatology, vol. 11 No. 2, 1997

Editors: H. Yazici & G. Husby - A medical textbook which aims to provide an update on vasculitis - only for those who want all the details or perhaps to provide more detailed information for your GP. Published by Balliere Tindall: London. ISBN 0-7020-2266-7

Vasculitis in Clinical Practice"

Editors - Richard A Watts and David GI Scott. - ISBN: 978-1-84996-246-9 e-ISBN@ 978-1-84996-247-6 DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84996-247-6 - Published by Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg London New York (Available from Amazon in paperback £34.19)

'Vasculitis' by the Arthritis Research Campaign (ARC)

This booklet aims to explain what the term 'vasculitis' means, what the different types are and how it is recognised and treated. For further information regarding how to obtain a copy contact: ARC, Copeman House, St. Mary's Court, St. Mary's Gate, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 7TD. Tel: 0 1246 558033.

Wegener's Granulomatosis Booklet for the newly diagnosed

PDF guidelines for patients published by St James's Hospital, Dublin in 2002

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Vasculitis UK AGM & Support Meeting

19 May 2019

Vasculitis UK Annual General Meeting 2019

May is Vasculitis Awareness Month

01 May 2019

May is Vasculitis Awareness Month - Date for your diary

Help Create A New Rare Rheumatic Disease National Register

16 Apr 2019

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