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Morning stiffness that improves with movement later in the morning

JIA

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Changes in walking, running, willingness to play

JIA

2

Salmon colored rash

JIA

3

Loss of ability to dress, feed, bath or developmental milestones lost

JIA

4

Daily fevers, 1 to 2 spikes per day

JIA

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Mild rubbing/scratching of skin brings out the rash

Kobner phenomenon (JIA)

6

Patients with this diagnosis must be followed with slit lamp exams q3 months for asymptomatic uveitis

Oligoarticular JIA

7

Positive HLA B27

ERA (enthesitis related arthritis)

8

Ixodes scapularis

Tick that causes Lyme disease

9

Pathognomonic for Lyme disease

Erythema migrans

10

Isolated foot drop or Bell's palsy

Lyme Disease

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Tx for Lyme Disease

Doxycycline x 2 weeks, If meningitis or carditis, tx with ceftriaxone. Amoxicillin ok if less than 8.

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Buttock rash

HSP

13

IgA mediated vasculitis

HSP

14

May cause occult GI bleeding, thickened gallbladder hydrops, illeoleal intussusception, orchitis, hematuria, proteinuria

HSP

15

c-ANCA positive

Wegner's

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Vasculitis of arteries AND veins. Painful oral ulcers, painful genital ulcers, and eye disease.

Behcet Disease

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X-ray with osteopenia and joint damage

Systemic JIA

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Normal X-rays

SLE

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Teenage girl with alopecia

Lupus or syphillis

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Avascular necrosis, osteoporosis, growth failure, glaucoma, DM, HTN, accelerated atherosclerosis

Side effects of corticosteroids

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Girl with rash and muscle weakness. Heliotrope rash and Gottron papules

Dermatomyositis (tx with steroids)

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Migrating polyarthralgia, menses

Gonorrohea

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Malar rash

SLE

24

Anti phospholipid antibodies in SLE

Miscarriages, blood clots

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Dry eyes and mouth

Sjogren syndrome

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Bilateral evening or nighttime pains

Growing pains