I just got the March 2013 article with the nice cover portrait of Giamberti and his temporal artery. The accompanying article by your colleague William Docken was excellent, too, but not quite complete.
Explore this issueMay 2013
Of course the syndrome of PMR and giant-cell arteritis was well known long before Barber named it, but was completely ignored in the U.S. literature until there was a single case report by Calabro that was followed by the report of 11 cases from my clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York (Davison S, Spiera H, and Plotz C.M. Arthritis Rheum. 1966;9:18–23). Articles on treatment followed.
It has always been gratifying to note that more recent years have spurred interest in this syndrome by Andy Healey, Gene Hunder, and many others. It is strange that the first published report did not appear until ours in 1966.