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Giant cell arteritis with gangrene in a child.
  1. G McEnery


    After an episode of abacterial meningitis in a 5-year-old boy there developed splenomegaly, uveitis, and a granulomatous arteritis of the lower limbs requiring amputation of one leg. Immune complexes persist in the blood, but the precise antigenic stimulus remains conjectural.

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