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What kinds of symptoms would suggest temporal arteritis?

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Dr. David Greenfield
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Temporal arteritis(ta) is an inflammation of the arteries.
It is an autoimmune process. The signs and symptoms are related to the location of the inflammation. This inflammation leads to swelling of the internal canal of the artery resulting in decreased blood flow. Severe headache, jaw pain, scalp tenderness, visual loss, sometimes fever, weight loss, muscle aches, occur.

In brief: There are many

Temporal arteritis(ta) is an inflammation of the arteries.
It is an autoimmune process. The signs and symptoms are related to the location of the inflammation. This inflammation leads to swelling of the internal canal of the artery resulting in decreased blood flow. Severe headache, jaw pain, scalp tenderness, visual loss, sometimes fever, weight loss, muscle aches, occur.
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