Imaging findings in extracranial (giant cell) temporal arteritis.

@article{Stanson2000ImagingFI,
  title={Imaging findings in extracranial (giant cell) temporal arteritis.},
  author={Anthony W. Stanson},
  journal={Clinical and experimental rheumatology},
  year={2000},
  volume={18 4 Suppl 20},
  pages={
          S43-8
        }
}
Patients with extracranial giant cell arteritis (GCA) present with occlusive arterial lesions that may be detected with multiple imaging modalities: arteriography, intravenous angiography (IV-DSA), CT scanning, and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA). The lesions often present with a typical arteriographic pattern of bilateral stenoses or occlusions with a smooth, tapered appearance in the subclavian, axillary and proximal brachial arteries. A few patients have aneurysmal lesions. Less… CONTINUE READING
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