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Acute Headache: Meningitis and Temporal Arteritis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Acute Headache: Meningitis and Temporal Arteritis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Headache. It contains the following chapters:

    • Acute Severe Headache
    • Acute Headache: Meningitis
    • Acute Headache: Temporal Arteritis

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    1. 14 - 15
    2. 3-4
    3. 7-8
    4. 9-10
    5. 5-6
    1. Throbbing type
    2. Worst ever headache the patient ever had.
    3. Migraine type of headache
    4. Dull constant headache
    5. Constrictive kind of headache
    1. It is classified under small vessel vasculitis.
    2. Temporal arteritis is also called as Gaint cell arteritis.
    3. ESR is usually elevated with temporal arteritis.
    4. Headache is usually unilateral to began and consequently becomes bilateral.
    5. Firm and tender cord like structure is usually palpable in temporal arteritis.
    1. Temporal artery biopsy
    2. ESR estimation
    3. Fine needle aspiration of the temporal artery
    4. CT of the skull
    5. Ultrasound of the temporal artery

    Author of lecture Acute Headache: Meningitis and Temporal Arteritis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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