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Hyperthyroidism
-5 skin changes

pretibial myxoedema
fine thin scalp hair
pruritis
urticaria
nails - acropachy, clubbing, oncholysis

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Pretibial myxoedema - most commonly from? features?

Graves disease

mucin deposition - swollen, lumpy shins, pink or purple discolouration with prominent hair follicles, waxy indurated nodules or plaques, can be painful or itchy

3

Hypothyroidism - 4 things

harsh, brittle hair coming out in clumps
carotenaemia
dry skin
myxoedema - puffy eyelids and hands

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SLE - skin affected in what kind of SLE
- more common in who?

mainly seen in acute SLE
more common in women

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SLE - describe skin change? when occurs? does it stay?

malar butterfly rash,
transient, often response to sun, non-scarring

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SLE - associated w? tests?

ass w mouth ulcers, urticaria, hair thinning

anti-nuclear antibody (ANA), anti-dsDNA

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Erythema nodosum
- describe
- where
- common associations

- tender erythematous, bruise like lesions usually on lower leg
- ass w malaise, fever, joint pain

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Erythema nodosum
-age? gender prevalence? disease course?

at age 15-30
3x more in women
usually resolves after 2-4 weeks

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Erythema nodosum
-triggers
-mgmt

infection - strep, TB
drugs - OCP
systemic - IBD, saroidosis

mgmgt = NSAIDs

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