Avinash Gupta1, Divya Bagoria2, Jaya Pamnani3, Sumitra Choudhary4
Takayasu’s arteritis (Idiopathic Medial Arthropathy) or “Pulseless” disease is a rare, idiopathic, chronic granulomatous vasculitis that affects aorta and its major branches. This report describes a 30-year-old female who presented with generalised weakness, fatigue, headache, and bilateral arm claudication. Her bilateral upper limb colour duplex study revealed bilateral common carotid arteries and subclavian arteries luminal narrowing and CT angiography revealed vessel wall thickening of aorta and its branches with occlusion. She was diagnosed as having Takayasu’s disease (Type V).