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What is the long-term outlook for polymyalgia rheumatica and temporal arteritis?
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Dr. Michael Laccheo
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Good
If treated correctly and before there is vascular damage (e.
G vision loss) from gca, usually they go away after a few years of treatment with minimal residual consequences (mostly from the steroids used to treat).

In brief: Good
If treated correctly and before there is vascular damage (e.
G vision loss) from gca, usually they go away after a few years of treatment with minimal residual consequences (mostly from the steroids used to treat).
Dr. Michael Laccheo
Dr. Michael Laccheo
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Dr. Kevin Gardner
Family Medicine
In brief: PAR and TA
If caught early and treated, very good.

In brief: PAR and TA
If caught early and treated, very good.
Dr. Kevin Gardner
Dr. Kevin Gardner
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