General symptoms of vasculitis may include fatigue, headache, fever, weight loss and night sweats, according to Mayo Clinic. Vasculitis often causes nerve problems, rash, and general aches and pains.
Depending on the specific type of vasculitis, patients may develop conditions such as giant cell arteritis, Buerger's disease or Behcet's syndrome, states Mayo Clinic. Giant cell arteritis is an inflammation of the arteries located in the head, which can result in headaches, jaw pain and vision problems. Buerger's disease causes clots and inflammation in blood vessels of the feet and hands. Behchet's syndrome causes inflammation of arteries and veins, with symptoms such as eye inflammation, skin lesions, and mouth and genital ulcers.