II. Symptoms

  1. Facial pain or weakness in Muscles of Mastication with chewing foods
  2. Relieved with rest
  3. Referred pain (in atypical cases)
    1. Tooth Pain
    2. Sinus pain
    3. Ear Pain

III. Causes

IV. Precautions

  1. Jaw Claudication is highly specific for Temporal Arteritis
  2. Maintain a high level of suspicion in those with Polymylagia Rheumatica or symptoms suggestive of Temporal Arteritis

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