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451 Possible Causes for Temporal Headache

  • Temporal Arteritis

    An 81-year-old man presented with a right temporal headache that had persisted for one month.[] Clinical manifestations may vary from the classic constellation of temporal headache in the elderly accompanied by constitutional signs, jaw claudication, and visual symptoms[] Symptoms of temporal arteritis Headaches, throbbing pain on one side or in back of head Fever Vision changes , blurred vision or double vision Loss of vision in one or both[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    Headache develops in the temporal region of the head. The onset of myofascial pain oftentimes occurs with the nocturnal habit of bruxism during sleep.[] Clinical course is typically benign but may progress to associated headaches, ear and neck pain, tinnitus and dislocation of temporomandibular joint.[] Clinical signs include preauricular pain, temporomandibular joint clicking (as the mandibular condyle slips from the articulation made with the capsular disc and temporal[]

  • Sinusitis

    Three months postprocedure, she presented with a 3-week history of gradual vision loss and constant temporal headache on the ipsilateral side.[]

  • Essential Hypertension

    temporal throbbing – occurring throughout day with decreased intensity as the day progresses), lower extremity edema, and knowledge that primary hypertension is the most[] Differential Diagnosis I: Primary Hypertension Rationale: Due to patient’s age, BMI, lifestyle, consecutive hypertensive blood pressures, and description of headaches (bilateral[]

  • Panic Attacks

    The temporal relationship between the occurrence of migraine headache and panic attacks could be different, however.[] Abstract Migraine headache and panic disorder are two conditions that have a number of underlying physiological and psychological abnormalities in common.[]

  • Acute Sinusitis

    The differential diagnosis of acute sinusitis includes protracted upper respiratory infection, dental disease, nasal foreign body, migraine or cluster headache, temporal arteritis[] , tension headache and temporomandibular disorders.[] Children are less likely to present with facial pain or headache.[]

  • Pregnancy

    She also had a history of pulsatile bi-temporal headache for 2 years prior to her referral to us.[]

  • Drug-induced Fever

    Temporal arteritis, also known as cranial or giant cell arteritis, is a disease of the elderly characterized by headache, scalp tenderness, thickened tender or pulseless temporal[]

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Any abnormality on palpation of the temporal artery (absent pulse, beaded, tender or enlarged). Other useful predictive features include: Temporal headache.[] The presence of visual changes, carotidynia, jaw claudication, arm claudication, temporal headache, scalp tenderness, or dry cough should lead to serious consideration of[] Presentation [ 4 ] GCA typically presents with recent onset of temporal headache, myalgia, malaise or fever. Typical features may be absent or subtle.[]

  • Cholelithiasis

    headaches Dizziness Chills Low-grade fever Cold hands and feet Intolerance of Cold Pain in the armpits Unilateral pain in the abdomen and hypochondrium Stiffness and spasms[] Points Clinical Manifestations Acute epigastric pain Alternating chills and fever Abdominal pain Constipation or Burning diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Hypochondriac pain Pounding temporal[]

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