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      • In a joint affected by rheumatoid arthritis, what happens to the bone and cartilage?
      • Wears away
      • 25.0%
      • In a joint affected by rheumatoid arthritis, what happens to the synovial fluid?
      • Thickens and is invaded by inflammatory cells
      • 25.0%
      • In a joint affected by rheumatoid arthritis, what happens to blood vessels in the synovial membrane?
      • Formation of new blood vessels
      • 25.0%
      • When is pain and stiffness the worst in inflammatory arthritis?
      • In the morning and after inactivity
      • 25.0%
      • In inflammatory arthritis, how long does pain and stiffness last?
      • >30 minutes
      • 25.0%
      • What is the most common type of inflammatory arthritis?
      • Rheumatoid
      • 25.0%
      • Is rheumatoid arthritis more common in men or women?
      • Women
      • 25.0%
      • At what age does rheumatoid arthritis generally declare itself?
      • 35-50 years
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is a systemic autoimmune disease which affects the exocrine glands which produce tears and saliva.
      • Sjögren's syndrome
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is characterised by the combination of rheumatoid arthritis, splenomegaly, and neutropenia.
      • Felty's syndrome
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is the abnormal deposition of amyloid proteins in tissue.
      • Amyloidosis
      • 25.0%
      • What is the main symptom of osteoarthritis?
      • Joint pain of movement
      • 25.0%
      • In osteoarthritis, how long does morning stiffness last?
      • <30 minutes
      • 25.0%
      • In an osteoarthritic joint, what happens to cartilage?
      • Breakdown
      • 25.0%
      • In an osteoarthritic joint, what mechanism compensates for cartilage breakdown?
      • Bone overgrowth
      • 25.0%
      • [...] are bony projections that form along joint margins.
      • Osteophytes
      • 25.0%
      • What investigation is useful in diagnosing osteoarthritis?
      • X-ray
      • 25.0%
      • What 2 types of surgical procedure are often used to treat osteoarthritis?
      • Realignment, Joint replacement
      • 25.0%
      • What are the 2 major extra-articular symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis?
      • Anterior uveitis, Lung fibrosis
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is an autoimmune disease which affects the skin.
      • Psoriasis
      • 25.0%
      • What does SLE stand for?
      • Systemic lupus erythematosus
      • 25.0%
      • Is SLE more common is men or women?
      • Women
      • 25.0%
      • What are the 2 drugs types used to treat SLE?
      • Immunosuppressant, Steroids
      • 25.0%
      • What is polyarthritis?
      • Arthritis which affects 5 or more joints simultaneously
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is any type of arthritis which affects 5 or more joints simultaneously.
      • Polyarthritis
      • 25.0%
      • What is amyloidosis?
      • The abnormal deposition of amyloid proteins in tissue
      • 25.0%
      • Does rheumatoid arthritis affect the joints symmetrically?
      • Yes
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is a type of arthritis characterised by the accumulation of crystals in the joint.
      • Crystal arthritis
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is a type of arthritis which develops in 30% of people with psoriasis.
      • Psoriatic arthritis
      • 25.0%
      • [...] is an inflammatory disease of the axial skeleton which can lead to fusion of the spine.
      • Ankylosing spondylatis
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      • [...] nodes are bony growths on the proximal interpharyngeal joints.
      • Bouchard's
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      • Bouchard's nodes are found on [...] joints which Heberden's nodes are on [...] joints.
      • proximal interpharyngeal, distal interpharyngeal
      • 25.0%
      • What are osteophytes?
      • Bony projections that form along joint margins
      • 25.0%
      • In a joint affected by rheumatoid arthritis, what happens to the joint space?
      • Narrows
      • 16.7%
      • In a joint affected by rheumatoid arthritis, what happens to the synovial membrane?
      • Grows and invades the bone
      • 16.7%
      • What are the 3 main symptoms of inflammatory arthritis?
      • Pain, swelling, stiffness
      • 16.7%
      • Which 4 investigations are useful in diagnosing rheumatoid arthritis?
      • Blood test for: - rheumatoid factor - anti-CCP Ab - acute phase response, X-ray/MRI/ultrasound of joints
      • 16.7%
      • What are the 8 extra-articular features which can accompany rheumatoid arthritis?
      • Amyloidosis, Felty's syndrome, Neuropathy, Nodules, Pleurisy, Pericarditis, Sjögren's syndrome, Systemic vasculitis
      • 16.7%
      • At what age does osteoarthritis generally declare itself?
      • >65 years
      • 16.7%
      • What are the 4 most commonly involved joints in osteoarthritis?
      • DIP, 1st CMC, knees, hips
      • 16.7%
      • In an osteoarthritic joint, what enzymes break down cartilage?
      • Metalloproteases
      • 16.7%
      • What is a genetic risk factor for ankylosing spondylitis?
      • HLA B27
      • 16.7%
      • [...] is a systemic autoimmune disease which results from a type III hypersensitivity and which can affect any part of the body.
      • Systemic lupus erythematosus
      • 16.7%
      • [...] nodes are bony growths on the distal interpharyngeal joints.
      • Heberden's
      • 16.7%
      • What are the 5 signs of osteoarthritis?
      • Tenderness at joint margins; Restricted, painful movement; Joint instability; Heberden's or Bouchard's nodes; Crepitus
      • 16.7%
      • Which 2 factors in the blood indicate rheumatoid arthritis?
      • Rheumatoid factor (not specific), anti-CCP Ab
      • 8.3%
      • What are the 4 main risk factors for osteoarthritis?
      • Age, obesity, family history, previous trauma
      • 8.3%
      • Is ankylosing spondylitis more common in men or women?
      • Men
      • 8.3%
      • What are the 3 main joint symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis?
      • Spine pain and stiffness, Sacroilitis, Peripheral large joint arthritis
      • 8.3%
      • What are the 3 initial methods for treating osteoarthritis?
      • Weight loss, exercise, orthoses (for flat feet)
      • 0.0%
      • What 3 drugs classes are used to treat osteoarthritis?
      • Analgesics, Glucosamine, Chondroitin
      • 0.0%
      • In what ethnic groups are symptoms of SLE most severe?
      • African
      • 0.0%
      • [...] is a systemic autoimmune connective tissue disease which is characterised by the deposition of collagen in the skin and other organs.
      • Systemic scleroderma
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