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1

What are the ACR criteria for Takayasu Arteritis?

Three of 6 of:
10 mm Hg bet arms
Bruit over subclavian
Narrowing in aorta

2

What are some clinical features of Vasculitis?

Multisystem disease
Constitutional S and S.
Skin lesions
Ischemia
Glomerulonephritis, myalgia. Abdominal or testicular pain

3

What size vessels are effected in Drug induced and serum sickness?

Small Vessels

4

What size vessels are effected in Henoch Schonlein Purpura?

Small

5

What size vessels are effected in Classic PAN?

SMall and Med

6

What size vessels are effected in Giant cell or temporal arteritis?

Large

7

What size vessels are effected in Kawasaki Syndrome?

Small and MEd

8

What size vessels are effected in Cryoglobulinemia?

Small

9

What size vessels are effected in Takayasu Arteritis?

Large

10

What size vessels are effected in Churg Strauss?

Small and Med

11

What size vessels are effected in Malignancy associated vasculitis?

Small

12

What are the Traits of PAN?

Renal Vasc nephropathy
No lung inv
ANCA neg

13

What are the Traits of MPA?

Glomerulonephritis
1/3 ofcases involve lungs
ANCA pos

14

How is Henoch Schonlein purpura Dx?

Two of 4 of: Palpable Purpura, Less than 20 yo, Bowel Angina, granulocytes in walls of arterioles or venules

15

What are the trait of Cryogloulinemia?

Igs that undergo reversible precipitation in the cold
Acral Cyanosis, ulceration
Raynaud's Phenom
Purpura, Arthralgia, Nephritis, Neuropathy

16

How is Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis Dx?

Two of 4 of: Nasal or oral Inflammation
Abn Chest Radiograph
Urinary sediment
Granulomatosis inflammation on biopsy

17

What are the traits of Polymyalgia Rheumatica?

Pelvic and Shoulder Girdle Aching, morning stiffness, Low dose CS, Anemia, Elevated ESR and CRP

18

What are the Clinical Features of Giant Cell Arteritis?

HEadache, Temporal Artery Abn, Jaw Claudication, WL, Fever, PMR Symptoms

19

What are the Lab features of Giant Cell Arteritis?

Elevated ESR
Elevated CRP
Acute phase Reactants
Anemia
Inc Alk phos

20

How is Giant Cell Arteritis Classified?

older than 50yo
New Headache
Temporal Artery Abn
Elevated ESR
Abn Artery Biopsy

21

What is Fibromyalgia?

Chronic Pain disorder w/ unknown etiology and unclear pathophys

22

What is the initial Treatment of FM?

Patient Education: Reassurance, no infection, stress/mood, sleep disorders/ hygeine, EXERCISE

23

What is the Medical Management for Pain in Symptomatic FM?

Tramadol
Dual re-uptake inhibitors
Anticonvulsants
Topical Agents

24

What is the Approach to Sleep problems in Symptomatic FM?

Tricyclic AD
Anticonvulsants
Sodium Oxybate
Control Limb movement