Isolated pulmonary capillaritis

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Isolated pauciimmune pulmonary capillaritis is a small vessel vasculitis restricted to the lungs that may induce diffuse alveolar hemorrhage with dyspnea anemia chest pain hemoptysis bilateral and diffuse alveolar infiltrates at chest X-rays without any underlying systemic disease. ANCA are frequently positive but could be negative.

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Breathe Support Network

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