Aspectos Clínicos da Arterite Temporal The Horton’s disease, also known as giant cells arteritis (GCA), temporal arteritis or cranial arteritis (1) (2), is a chronic . arteritis, and temporal arteritis) is the most common of the systemic vasculitides . Groupe de Recherche sur l’Artérite à Cellules Géantes. RESUMO – É raro doença encéfalo-vascular como primeira manifestação de arterite temporal. Relatamos dois casos, nos quais o diagnóstico emergiu da.
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When arteries swell, it reduces the blood flow through these vessels.
GCA affects the arteries in the neck, upper body and arms. It is also called cranial or temporal arteritis because it affects the head cranium. Because these blood vessels also help nourish your eyes, reduced blood flow can cause sudden, painless vision loss. This condition is called anterior ischemic optic neuropathy AION.
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The symptoms of GCA can vary. Many people have severe headaches, head pain and scalp tenderness, particularly around the temples.
GCA can affect your eyesight, causing sudden vision loss or double vision. Blindness caused by Artefite generally happens first in one eye, but can also happen in the other eye if the condition is not treated.
That is why it is extremely important to be checked by an ophthalmologist right away if you have these symptoms. GCA affects mostly older people. It is rarely found in anyone younger than 50 years old and is more common around age Women are twice as likely temloral men to have GCA.
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