What is one of the two most common types of Arthritis?
Affects the body's connective tissues & 1/2 are in remission in adulthood?
Progression to joint fusion is also called?
> how many weeks qualifies for JRA?
JRA onset is before what age?
What is the rare form of JRA?
50% of JRA pt's have which onset?
5 or more joints are involved in which JRA onset?
In systemic onset of JRA would RA factor and ANA be positive or negative?
These types of medication (abbreviation) can be used as a treatment option for JRA?
Systemic inflammatory disease that has periods of remission & exacerbation. Affects both sides of joints equally and has 4 stages?
Which stage of RA causes ankylosis?
The joint closest to the fingertip is bent towards the palm, while the nearest joint to the palm is bent away from it
chronic autoimmune disorder that can cause vasculitis (inflammation of blood vessels), which causes pain and bleeding and may lead to internal organ damage.
This medication can take 6 weeks-3 months to be effective for RA.
Which RA medication's can increase risk for infects? Hint (abbreviation)
Which arthritis causes plaque formation on knees, elbows, trunk and scalp?
Abnormal attachment of a tendon or ligament to bone.
Which arthritis is non-inflammatory in nature?
Clinical pain syndrome within the muscles-combined with systemic inflammation is called?
Inflammatory disease resulting from Strep A pharyngeal infection.
Rapid, uncontrolled jerking movements that occur with RF?
Ankylosing Spondylitis can cause what type of spine?
What type of rash occurs on the face in Systemic Lupus Erythematous?
Purine Metabolic disorder.
Deposits of uric acid crystals that develop later in the stages of Gout are call what?
A common anti-inflammatory prescribed for Gout?
What disease caused by the bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi spirochete and causes a bulls eye rash?

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