Oct 16, 2017
This episode covers Ch 108 of Rosens (9th Ed.), SLE and the
Vasculitides. These conditions can lead to some pretty varied ED
presentations, so we need to know when to suspect lupus or
vasculitis, and how to manage it.
the pathophysiology of lupus
diagnostic criteria for SLE
drugs that induce lupus
- Describe the clinical manifestations w/
Classic triad & Symptoms and signs by system in
3 drug regimens to treat SLE
does neonatal lupus present?
is antiphospholipid syndrome? What is the unusual laboratory
feature seen with this condition?
is the pathophysiology of vasculitis?
- Medium vessel vasculitis
- Hypersensitivity vasculitis
- Subcutaneous vasculitis
- Compare the findings for vasculitis
5 criteria for dx of temporal arteritis + 2 associated
- Describe the features of Behcet’s
10 causes of Erythema Nodosum
- Compare Buerger’s, Serum sickness and
the diagnosis Criteria for HSP
is the differential for SLE patient and Chest pain?
and identify 2 pathognomonic clinical features for
should Rheum be involved in the ED with a SLE patient?
Diagnosis: A 36 year old female stock trader present with what
appears to be necrosis of the nose and ears…
diagnosis: 13 year old presents with abdo pain, polyarticular
arthritis, foaming urine and the following rash…
- Rounds Pimper: List 10 side effects of chronic