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A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 3.2004 meters.
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Temporal Arteritis Headache: This type headache is characterized by severe pain (that may begin mild) localized unilaterally in the temporal region with localized scalp tenderness and signs of vascular inflammation.
Further, the man also used a search engine to research the medicine Morton prescribed him for temporal arteritis and second-guessed the treatment.
Twenty-five brief case studies narrate the history, symptoms, and diagnosis of patients suffering from abdominal aortic aneurysm, temporal arteritis, chronic mesenteric ischemia, pericardial tamponade, oncologic cardiomyopathy, brugada syndrome, and pulmonary embolism.
C with a working diagnosis of temporal arteritis and acute renal failure, administers corticosteroids for headache, and orders a right temporal artery biopsy, which shows no signs of vasculitis.
Q I'VE been diagnosed with temporal arteritis and warned I may go blind.
GIANT cell arteriris (sometimes called temporal arteritis) is a condition which can seriously affect sight.
This marker has also been investigated as a measure of disease activity in patients with polymyalgia rheumatica and temporal arteritis.
In conditions of arterial inflammation, such as temporal arteritis, serum or plasma concentrations of MMPs are generally altered (12, 13).
He told journalists, 'For two weeks I have had a slight pain which was talked about possibly as temporal arteritis. The consultant decided yesterday afternoon I should have a scan to see what was the problem.
Possible neurologic causes of scalp itching include postherpetic neuralgia, temporal arteritis, or herpes zoster.
Other possible causes include systemic infection (meningitis, encephalitis), stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, systemic disorders (thyroid disease, hypertension, pheochromocytoma), temporal arteritis, traumatic head injury, or serious ophthalmologic and otolaryngologic causes.