Boon Loong Tan

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BACKGROUND Giant cell arteritis typically involves the temporal arteries, but can involve other cranial arteries. Temporal artery biopsy is the mainstay for the diagnosis of giant cell arteritis; however, biopsy may be problematic if giant cell arteritis involves other cranial arteries that are inaccessible for sampling. In these situations, magnetic(More)
Chronic lymphocytic inflammation and pontine perivas-cular enhancement responsive to steroids (CLIPPERS) is a condition that was first described by Pittock et al. 1 in 2010 and is characterized by brainstem symptoms, gait ataxia, and diplopia. Brain MRIs of patients demonstrate punctate or nodular gadolinium-enhancing lesions in the pons. CLIPPERS is a(More)
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