Cocaine-induced vasculitis with cutaneous manifestation: A recurrent episode after 2 years

Cocaine is a popular recreational drug in the United States, and up to 70% of the seized cocaine contains levamisole which is an antihelminthic that can cause cutaneous vasculitis with necrosis and positive antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies (ANCAs). Here, we report a unique case of recurrent coc...

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Main Authors: Thein Swe, Mona Pervil-Ulysse, AAM A Baqui
Format: Article
Published: Wolters Kluwer Medknow Publications 2016-01-01
Series:Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care
Online Access:;year=2016;volume=5;issue=3;spage=712;epage=715;aulast=Swe