DECIPHERING THE EVOLVING SYMPTOMATOLOGY IN EARLY GIANT CELL ARTERITIS WITH CONCURRENT 6TH NERVE PALSY

Title DECIPHERING THE EVOLVING SYMPTOMATOLOGY IN EARLY GIANT CELL ARTERITIS WITH CONCURRENT 6TH NERVE PALSY
Author, Co-Author Ken Wan
Topic Residents Day
Year
2016
Day
Saturday
Program Number
R2016195
Room
Ballroom A-B
Affiliation
Northeastern State University
Abstract

An elderly patient presents with acute onset 6th nerve palsy with concurrent headaches. Giant cell arteritis is diagnosed as atypical signs and symptoms evolve over 2 weeks and she is treated with oral steroid medication.

Affiliation of Co-Authors
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