[A case of bilateral temporal arteritis].
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Jan 01, 1996
The authors have presented a case of bilateral temporal arteritis (giant cell arteritis) of a female patient taken to a hospital because of a sudden blindness of her left eye. At first, the retinal embolism has been diagnosed, but after a sudden worsening of the general condition of the patient and the diagnosis of the retinal embolism of the other eye and results of biochemical investigation tests the previous diagnosis has been changed to: bilateral temporal arteritis.
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