Flashcards in Rheum Disease of Childhood Deck (11):
Waht are the traits of JIA?
Hyperplasia of Synovial lining
Stiffness, Rheum Nodules, Limping, Deformity
What is Polyarthritis?
more than 5 joints involved?
What is Oligoarthritis?
Less than 5 joints involved
What arthritis more commonly has positive ANA and Uveitis?
What arthritis more commonly has positive Rh Factor?
What is the Tx of JIA?
Multidisciplinary team, Ophthal, NSAIDs, Immsupp, Steroids, Joint injections
What is the Disease course of JIA?
Severe dis causes Joint destruction
What are the traits of Psoriatic Arthritis?
Chronic Arthritis and Psoriasis
Arthritis w/ dactilitis, nail pitting, or oncholysis
What are the traits of Neonatal Lupus?
Maternal Transfer of Ab
Thrombocytopenia, Rash, Complete Heart Block, Hepatomegaly. PERM PACEMAKER!
What are the traits of HSP?
Immune Mediated IgA
Non-Throm Purpura (palpable) dependent areas (buttocks and LE)
Abd pain: Colicky, intermittent