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Diagnosing temporal arteritis becomes easier

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New diagnostic criteria for a disease that can cause later blindness will reduce false negative results arising from corticosteroid treatment. General pathologists will now be able to diagnose temporal arteritis (TA) (or giant cell arteritis (GCA)) after treatment has been started, if recent results are replicated in a larger …

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