Fever of unknown origin (FUO), vasculitis, giant cell arteritis (GCA), Horton's arteritis
Giant cell arteritis (GCA), or Horton’s arteritis, presenting solely as fever is very rare. Usually, it manifests with typical features such as visual problems, headache and jaw claudication, or it can be associated with polymyalgia rheumatica. We describe the case of a patient with GCA who presented only with prolonged fever, the cause of which was not determined by diagnostic tests.
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Issue: 2021: Vol 8 No 2 (view)