A 75‐year‐old man was referred to our centre with a history of sudden onset painless loss of vision in the right eye, on a background of recent jaw claudication and weight loss. The visual loss developed suddenly 5 days before presentation. His medical history included hypertension, hyperlipidaemia, prior ischaemic stroke, and a 40‐pack‐year smoking history.
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