Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 11th, 2010
"These symptoms and signs were suggestive of temporal arteritis, but the finding of the temporal artery biopsy was negative, and the patient did not respond to corticosteroid treatment. Later, whole body bone scintigraphy revealed dissemination of malignancy throughout her skeleton including the skull," wrote P. Jalavakarvinen and...
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