Dry cough is a frequent manifestation of giant cell arteritis

  title={Dry cough is a frequent manifestation of giant cell arteritis},
  author={Thierry Z{\'e}none and Marie Puget},
  journal={Rheumatology International},
Physicians need to be familiar with the typical manifestations of giant cell arteritis. However, the challenge lies in recognizing atypical cases that lack the more specific manifestations or reflect vasculitis in less frequently involved territories. Among atypical clinical manifestations, dry cough has been reported in recent years. The literature contains sporadic reports mainly single case report. The objective of this study was to determine the frequency of dry cough in patients with giant… CONTINUE READING

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