Lucia Zemanová, Georgi Krastev, Miroslav Mako
Primary (isolated) angiitis of CNS is a recurrent, idiopathic and severe, in some cases fatal inflammatory disease of the vessels of CNS which affects the median and small vessels of circulus Willisi. Establishing a diagnosis of primary angiitis of CNS at early phase of the disease is important for starting effective therapy and outcome of the disease. Authors analyze clinical, neuroradiological and therapeutic aspects of primary angiitis of CNS in three cases. They suggest criteria of making the diagnosis.