In addition to the general effects of vasculitis, microscopic polyangiitis has several unique symptoms that vary depending on the affected blood vessels. These include
Inflammation may also come and go, leading to fluctuating symptoms that seem to improve and then return. Though microscopic polyangiitis most commonly affects the kidneys, there may be no symptoms until the damage is severe. In some cases, people experience loss of kidney function without any signs.
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