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Sunderkötter, CH; Zelger, B; Chen, KR; Requena, L; Piette, W; Carlson, JA; Dutz, J; Lamprecht, P; Mahr, A; Aberer, E; Werth, VP; Wetter, DA; Kawana, S; Luqmani, R; Frances, C; Jorizzo, J; Watts, JR; Metze, D; Caproni, M; Alpsoy, E; Callen, JP; Fiorentino, D; Merkel, PA; Falk, RJ; Jennette, JC.
Nomenclature of Cutaneous Vasculitis: Dermatologic Addendum to the 2012 Revised International Chapel Hill Consensus Conference Nomenclature of Vasculitides.
Arthritis Rheumatol. 2018; 70(2):171-184 [OPEN ACCESS]
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Aberer Elisabeth

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To prepare a dermatologic addendum to the 2012 revised International Chapel Hill Consensus Conference Nomenclature of Vasculitides (CHCC2012) to address vasculitides affecting the skin (D-CHCC). The goal was to standardize the names and definitions for cutaneous vasculitis. A nominal group technique with a facilitator was used to reach consensus on the D-CHCC nomenclature, using multiple face-to-face meetings, e-mail discussions, and teleconferences. Standardized names, definitions, and descriptions were adopted for cutaneous components of systemic vasculitides (e.g., cutaneous IgA vasculitis as a component of systemic IgA vasculitis), skin-limited variants of systemic vasculitides (e.g., skin-limited IgA vasculitis, drug-induced skin-limited antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-associated vasculitis), and cutaneous single-organ vasculitides that have no systemic counterparts (e.g., nodular vasculitis). Cutaneous vasculitides that were not included in the CHCC2012 nomenclature were introduced. Standardized names and definitions are a prerequisite for developing validated classification and diagnostic criteria for cutaneous vasculitis. Accurate identification of specifically defined variants of systemic and skin-limited vasculitides requires knowledgeable integration of data from clinical, laboratory, and pathologic studies. This proposed nomenclature of vasculitides affecting the skin, the D-CHCC, provides a standard framework both for clinicians and for investigators. © 2017, American College of Rheumatology.

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