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Health hx risk factors for OA

- joint infection
- trauma
- overuse
- lifestyle
- no family hx involvement

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Health hx risk factors for RA

- autoimmune thyroid disorders
- hx of fertility issues
- positive family hx

3

RA: stiffness when?

morning

4

RA must include arthritis of this many joints

3 or more

5

RA is (symmetrical/asymmetrical)

symmetrical

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These show up on the extensor surfaces

rheumatoid nodules

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Radiographic changes seen in RA

- erosion
- decalcification

8

What is the factor used to dx RA? What is the value?

- serum rheumatoid factor
- more than 5% of normals

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Health hx risk factors for SLE

- infection
- sunlight or UV exposure
- medications
- positive family hx

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Health hx risk factors for SLE: infections

viral

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Health hx risk factors for SLE: medications

- hydralazine
- anticonvulsants
- penicillin

12

Health hx risk factors for gout

- renal disorder with increased uric acid
- positive family hx
- other factors

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What are the other factors that are included as risk factors for gout?

- leukemia
- lymphoma
- psoriasis
- chemotherapy
- hypothyroidism
- alcohol use
- diuretics

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SLE is also known as

lupus

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s/s of lupus: mouth and nose

sores

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s/s of lupus: lungs/heart

- SOB
- chest pain

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s/s of lupus: fingers, toes, tip of nose

may turn white or blue with exposure to cold or stressful situations

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s/s of lupus: misc

- fatigue
- unexplained fevers

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s/s of lupus: brain

- persistent/unusual HA
- memory loss
- confusion

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s/s of lupus: eyes

- dry, puffy
- light sensitivity

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s/s of lupus: skin

- butterfly rash
- worsens with sun exposure

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s/s of lupus: stomach

- nausea, vomiting
- abdominal pain
- bladder infection
- hematuria

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s/s of lupus: limbs

persistent pain and swelling of the legs, joints, and/or feet

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