Introduction: Temporal arteritis


Temporal arteritis: Inflamed head artery causing headache.

Temporal arteritis: Temporal arteritis (also called cranial or giant cell arteritis) is an inflammation of the temporal artery (which runs over the temple, beside the eye). 1

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         Contents for Temporal arteritis:

1. excerpt from NINDS Vasculitis including Temporal Arteritis Information Page: NINDS

Last revision: June 19, 2003

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