Were you looking for information about Temporal Arteritis? Temporel arteritis is a common misspelling of temporal arteritis.
Temporal arteritis, a disorder that results in the swelling of arteries in certain parts of the body, is common in people over the age of 50. Symptoms of the condition can develop rapidly or gradually, and may include pain in the temples, muscle pain, and vision loss. To help prevent serious complications from temporal arteritis (which may include permanent blindness and stroke), treatment with high doses of a corticosteroid medicine is necessary as soon as possible.
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