The prognoses for the childhood vasculitides vary widely depending on the disease and the extent of organ involvement.
Severed nerves, particularly avulsion injuries in which the nerve is severed at the root, have poorer prognoses.
Initially, these three conditions were believed to be separate, because each was associated with different physical symptoms and prognoses.
However, children with better prognoses require medical treatment to correct structural abnormalities and associated complications.
Most STDs have excellent prognoses and respond well to treatment.