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Symptoms of Temporal Arteritis

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Disorders of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can mimic other dental and medical problems. A proper diagnosis regarding head and neck pain is very important because serious medical problems such as vascular disorders, brain tumors, aneurisms, cervical disc disorders, throat and oral cancer, “Eagles” syndrome, etc. can produce similar symptoms of TMJ disorders. It is important to inform your dentists office of any change in your health history..

Symptoms of temporal arteritis can mimic temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJD) can include:

These symptoms can also occur due to other conditions. You should call your doctor anytime you’re worried about any symptoms you’re experiencing.

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