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There is no known cure for polymyalgia rheumatica and temporal arteritis, but these diseases can be treated and controlled. Corticosteroids -- often called " steroids " -- help rapidly relieve the symptoms of both conditions.Who treats giant cell arteritis?
The rheumatologist's role in the treatment of giant cell arteritis. This information is provided for general education only. Individuals should consult a qualified health care provider for professional medical advice, diagnosis and treatment of a medical or health condition.What causes temporal artery pain?
The causes of temporal arteritis are not well understood. There is no well-established trigger. One cause may be a faulty immune response; i.e., the body's immune system may “attack” the body. Temporal arteritis often occurs in people who have polymyalgia rheumatica.Can giant cell arteritis be cured?
As with polymyalgia rheumatica, the symptoms of giant cell arteritis quickly disappear with treatment, but corticosteroid therapy may be necessary for months to years to keep the inflammation down. Sometimes GCA may be treated with other immune-suppressing drugs such as methotrexate.