A Case of Temporal Arteritis Associated with Atypical Clinical Findings

@inproceedings{Koz2017ACO,
  title={A Case of Temporal Arteritis Associated with Atypical Clinical Findings},
  author={OG Koz and Ozbalkan and Kulacoglu and Sandikci},
  year={2017}
}
  • OG Koz, Ozbalkan, +1 author Sandikci
  • Published 2017
Giant cell arteritis (GCA), is a systemic vasculitis, affects medium and large sized cranial arteries [1], it can cause serious morbidities. Giant cell arteritis (GCA) predominantly affects elderly females [2]. The typical symptoms of new-onset GCA are bitemporal headaches, jaw claudiacation, scalp tenderness, visual disturbances, systemic symptoms such as… CONTINUE READING