The study was designed to describe the characteristics of large vascular angiotin (LVV) that affect the aorta and its branches in patients with recurrent polycartilitis (RP)The study uses retrospective data and systematic literature reviewsA total of 21 patients were identifiedMost patients are diagnosed with LVV after RP and are associated with extracaronation of cartilageThe blood vessels in the aorta were more affected (82%)Fourteen patients (67%) were treated with conventional synthetic disease-improving anti-rheumatoid drugs (csDMARD) and 7 (33%) were treated with biological DMARD (bDMARD)In 10 patients (48%) angiointerventional therapyThree patients (14%) were reported to have died prematurely due to cardiovascular complicationsAnaerial lvV is a severe and neglected RP performanceAll RP patients should be examined by LVV
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