Results for: Arter

In Genital Herpes

Can you get genital herpes or mouth herpes if you smoke or drink arter someone who has genital and mouth herpes?

Answer . If there is an open lesion on the face, it is possible for the herpes to spread after you have a smoke or a drink since they are moist - bacteria lives on living o (MORE)
In Asian Cars

Arter how many miles does antifreeze have to be changed?

Archaic water/alcohol mix from the 1950s: annually before temperature drops below freezing. Traditional "green" antifreeze using silicate based corrosion inhibitors: 2 year (MORE)
In Uncategorized

How painful does temporal arteritis get?

My wife (66) has just experienced this problem. On a scale of 0-10 she rated it as 8 or 9. So the simple answer is this can get extremely painful.
In Holocaust

How did the jews feel arter before and during the Kristallnacht?

SomeJews were talking about leaving Germany. Some other didn't take itstraight. When the killings began, it was too late. Itall happened on November 9, 1938 when violence (MORE)
In Symptoms

What are the symptoms of temporal arteritis?

Temporal Arteritis is an uncommon inflammatory disease, that can be very serious. Headache, changes in vision and jaw pain can be symptoms of Temporal Arteritis.
In Migraine Headaches

What is youngest age of person with Temporal Arteritis?

Temporal Arteritis is an autoimmune disease that is most commonly found in people over the age of 50. However, there are sometimes patients found to have TA at much younger ag (MORE)
In Eyes

Can ophthalmologists diagnose Temporal Arteritis?

Yes, if you find an honest ophthalmologist who cares. I actually had one tell me that Temporal Arteritis isn't seen in people in their early 60's. Is he NUTS? On the other ha (MORE)
In Health

Can chronic migraine be diagnosed wrongly instead of temporal arteritis?

The symptoms of Cranial Arthritis also known as temporal arthritis can often be very similar to chronic migraine's. But, the only sure way to check if you have temporal arteri (MORE)
In Conditions and Diseases

What is the prognosis for a patient with temporal arteritis?

The outlook for most patients with temporal arteritis is good, especially if the disorder is diagnosed early. Symptoms often diminish within a month once patients begin to tak (MORE)
In Migraine Headaches

How is temporal arteritis diagnosed?

the doctor will conduct a complete physical examination. Often, he or she will detect a tender, swollen artery on the scalp. The doctor will order blood tests as well. A stand (MORE)
In Ronald Reagan

What treatment exists for patients with temporal arteritis?

The mainstay of treatment is a course of corticosteroids (steroid hormones that have an anti-inflammatory effect), usually prednisone. The initial prescription involves a fair (MORE)
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Is Giant cell arteritis curable?

It may require one to two years of steroid treatment, but most people recover completely
In Migraine Headaches

What are the demographics of temporal arteritis?

The disorder is more commonly observed in persons older than 50 years. The disorder occurs more frequently in Caucasian persons of northern European descent.
In Conditions and Diseases

What is the cause of termporal arteritis?

The cause of TA is not known. It is thought to be due to an immune cell response that attacks a foreign chemical (called an antigen) in the elastic layer of arteries in the he (MORE)
In Migraine Headaches

What is the major symptom of temporal arteritis?

In over 85% of affected persons, the most universal symptom is headache. The headache is severe and tends to be on one side (unilateral), and worsens at night.
In Migraine Headaches

What is the prognosis for temporal arteritis?

The effects of temporal arteritis may range from fatal, to serious, to mild and self-limiting. Immediate treatment with corticosteroids often produces relief of symptoms and c (MORE)
In Headaches

What is the treatment for temporal arteritis?

Oral steroids are effective treatment for TA. Treatment is critical and important to avoid vision loss. Treatment should be initiated based on clinical suspicion and should no (MORE)
In Cell Biology (cytology)

What is the medical condition giant cell arteritis?

Also called temporal arteritis. A condition which causes the inflammation of temporal arteries. It can cause blindness when the inflammation effects the ophthalmic artery.
In Population

What population groups tend to get temporal arteritis?

Temporal arteritis almost always occurs in people over 50, and it becomes more common as people age. About 20 out of 100,000 people over the age of 50 suffer from temporal art (MORE)
In Botany or Plant Biology

What is giant cell arteritis?

It is inflammation of the large arteries located in the temples which is marked by the presence of giant cells and symptoms of headache and facial pain
In Uncategorized

What are the characteristics of temporal arteritis?

Patients with temporal arteritis are diagnosed and overlap with a broader disorder called giant cell arteritis. This can affect parts of the body in addition to the scalp, eye (MORE)
In Veins

What are the layers of the arter ies and veins?

Upper layer of arteries is made up connective tissues,middle layer of elastic tissues and inner layer of endothelium vein have the same composition but it is relatively less e (MORE)
In Conditions and Diseases

What is GCA or temporal arteritis or cranial arteritis?

Giant-cell arteritis (GCA or temporal arteritis or cranial arteritis) or Horton disease is an inflammatory disease of blood vessels most commonly involving large and medium ar (MORE)
In Medical Terminology

What does the medical terminology combining form arter- mean?

ARTER Eye dialect is the use of non-standard spelling for speech to draw attention to pronunciation, often in regards to the literary technique of using non-standard spellin (MORE)