Disease Information for Temporal/Craniotemporal arteritis: Clinical Manifestations

Signs & Symptoms
Face Pain
Pain pre-auricular area
Pain/temple area
Scalp tenderness/pain
Unilateral facial pain
Axillary Bruit
Bitemporal swellings/fullness
Bitemporal tenderness/soreness
Bruit, supraclavicular
Subclavian bruit
Temporal artery decreased/absent pulse
Temporal artery pain/tenderness
Temporal artery swelling
Temporal artery/swelling, inflammation
Diaphoresis profuse/active sweating/acute
Hyperhidrosis/Chronic sweating excess
Night sweats
Sweating Excess Perspiration
Anemia symptoms/chronic
Anorexia Decreased appetite
Anorexia in Elderly
Dysphagia Swallowing Difficulties
Takes longer to eat
Bruxism/Teeth grinding
Chewing Pain/Jaw or Face
Chewing problems
Decreased taste ability/Hypoguesia
Jaw Claudication
Jaw Pain
Jaw stiffness
Swallowing claudication/sign
Tongue claudication/sign
Tongue pain/talking/chewing
Bilateral Shoulder Muscle pain/Weakness
Diffuse Aches and Pains
Hip Inner Thigh Pain
Masseter muscle weakness
Muscle Pain
Proximal muscle weakness
Temporal muscle weakness
Tender or painful muscles/Myalgias
Weak/Weak as a kitten (symptom)
Weakness climbing stairs
CNS symptoms/signs
Confusion Elderly New
Headache worse with valsalva/Bowel movement
Headache, sudden severe and new type/Thunderclap
Headache, throbbing, vascular
Hemiplegic Gait
Loss of Taste
Progressive headache
Stroke syndrome/signs
Unilateral facial dysesthesias
Arthralgias Polyarthralgias
Hip Pain
Joint Pains
Joint pains Arthralgias in Elderly
Morning gel stiffness
Shoulder pain
Chronic Fatigue
Constitutional symptoms
Difficulty rising from chair
Enervated/extreme acute fatigue
Episodic symptoms/events
Fatigue Tiredness Exhaustion
Fatigue Tiredness in Elderly
Fever Febrile Possible
Fever in elderly
Fever of unknown origin/chronic fever
Fever one week/non-infectious
Fevers, low grade/recurrent
Flu-Like Syndrome
High body temperature
Spells/Episodes of weakness
Weakness non-neuromuscular/systemic
Weight Loss
Acute Vision Loss
Amaurosis fugats/transient blindness-vision loss
Central Vision Loss/Scotoma
Chronic Progressive Vision Loss
Chronic Vision Loss, Persistent
Decreasing visual acuity
Decreasing visual acuity in Elderly
Difficulty Focusing Eyes
Dimming vision/acute
Diplopia Double vision
Double Image Vision Confirmed
Eye Pain, Unilateral
Eye symptoms/signs
Flashing Spots/Lights in Vision
Fleeting Blindness
Loss vision one eye, sudden
Painful ophthalmoplegia
Painless Vision Loss
Positive scotomata/flashes
Snow blind/visual scintillating scotomata
Temporary blindness
Transient Blindness One Eye
Unequal pupils
Vision Loss
Visual Problems
Visual symptoms
Clinical Presentation & Variations
Presentation/Dramatic response corticosteroid
Presentation/Steroid responsive disorder Sensitive
Arthritis With Eye Signs
Fever and High Sed Rate
Presentation/Blindness Sudden Unilateral Painless Aged
Disease Progression
Course/6-8 months illness
Course/Chronic disorder
Course/Chronic only
Course/Recurrent illness pattern
Onset/seventh decade
Onset/sixth decade