temporal arteritis

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temporal arteritis

[′tem·prəl ‚ärd·ə′rīd·əs]
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Epidemiology of biopsy-proven giant cell arteritis in South Australia.
Giant cell arteritis of the breast may go unrecognized clinically for several reasons.
Giant cell arteritis presenting with bilateral loss of vision and jaw pain: reminder of a potentially devastating condition.
In the differential diagnosis; giant cell arteritis (GCA) and other non atherosclerotic large vessel vasculitides should be discussed.
A Giant cell arteritis (GCA) is characterized by inflammation of the linings of larger blood vessels, usually in the head and often around the temples.
The Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR) and Giant Cell arteritis (GCA) UK North East Support will meet on Wednesday March 27 at 1.
He was found to have giant cell arteritis (GCA) by pathologist Richard Attanoos.
The early history of giant cell arteritis and polymyalgia rheumatica: first descriptions to 1970.
There have been conflicting data regarding the incidence of malignancy associated with giant cell arteritis (GCA).
Patient 2, a 71-year-old woman who had giant cell arteritis, was admitted to the Euroclinic Hospital, Athens, in May 2005 with a high fever and fatigue.
It is known as giant cell arteritis as giant cells form on the inside wall of the blood vessel in response to the inflammation.
Often the first sign of giant cell arteritis (GCA) is pain on chewing.