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Does This Patient Have Temporal Arteritis?
Conclusions A small number of clinical features are helpful in predicting the likelihood of a positive temporal artery biopsy among patients with a clinical suspicion of disease; the most useful finding is a normal ESR, which makes TA unlikely.  JAMA. Jan. 2, 2002;287:92-101


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