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PostSubject: Question-238   Question-238 EmptySat Apr 12, 2014 11:42 am

A 65-yr old man presents with sudden, persisting monocular visual loss. There is a history of continual ipsilateral headache for the past 12 months. Most relevant Lab test for diagnosis?


A. Urinalysis
B. FBC
C. ESR
D. CXR
E. Cerebral CT scan
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PostSubject: Question-238   Question-238 EmptySun Apr 13, 2014 1:55 am

c)-ESR (to verify diagnosis of Temporal Arteritis)
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C (TA)
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