|Title||DECIPHERING THE EVOLVING SYMPTOMATOLOGY IN EARLY GIANT CELL ARTERITIS WITH CONCURRENT 6TH NERVE PALSY|
|Author, Co-Author||Ken Wan|
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.
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