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Question 36#Print Question

Giant cell arteritis

a. Tends to occur in white men older than 50 years
b. Has low remission rates
c. Is associated with ischemic optic neuritis in the majority of patients
d. Is diagnosed by temporal artery biopsy


Question 37#Print Question

The disorder most likely involved in systemic small vessel vasculitis would be:

a. Kawasaki disease
b. Giant cell arteritis
c. Hypersensitivity angitis
d. Buerger disease


Question 38#Print Question

The following is true regarding polyarteritis nodosa (PAN) EXCEPT:

a. Is predominantly treated with steroid and cytotoxic agent therapy
b. Predominantly affects women over men by a 2:1 ratio
c. Presenting symptoms include low-grade fever, malaise, and myalgia
d. May be sufficiently diagnosed by skin biopsy




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