The treatment for vasculitis depends on the kind of vasculitis a patient has. For more extreme cases, corticosteroids may be used, along with non-steroid treatment. In this video, Dr. Eric J. Gapud, physician and Vasculitis Center Director of Research, explains the medications that a patient with vasculitis may be put on.
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