Temperal Artertis

Were you looking for information about Temporal Arteritis? Temperal artertis is a common misspelling of temporal arteritis.
 
Temporal arteritis is a condition also known as cranial arteritis and giant cell arteritis. It is a disorder that results in the swelling of arteries in the head, neck, and arms. If left untreated, temporal arteritis can lead to serious complications, including permanent vision loss and stroke. In order to prevent these problems, prednisone (a corticosteroid medicine) should be used as soon as possible. Common symptoms of temporal arteritis include pain in the jaw and tongue, body aches, and low-grade fever.
 
(Click Temporal Arteritis to find out how this condition is diagnosed, for a list of other symptoms that may occur, and to learn more about treatment options. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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