Welcome back to the blog! In the spirit of new things and fun, this week we have a quiz! I will do a series of these where they will get harder and more interesting. See if we can’t challenge you and get you thinking. This week, “Which Rheumatology Condition Are YOU?” Ha, only kidding, imagine how inapropriate that would be…
The recurrent features are back with legend of the blog and why not do the quiz while listening to rock music with 30 Seconds To Mars at the bottom of the page.
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PLEASE REMEMBER – THIS QUIZ IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR CLINICAL REASONING, IF YOU ARE UNSURE GET ADVICE
This weeks Legend of the Blog is Felicity Thow who will probably dislike any attention provided by this. Unknown to almost everyone on earth she was the first one to suggest taking a unusable spreadsheet of Rheumatology symptoms and making them into a booklet that could be sold essentially launching this website and its shop… That and she is my go to Physio to treat pretty much any injury my family or friends present with. Follow her on twitter or maybe better Instagram for pics of a labrador.
This quiz centres around Spondyloarthritis. Once completed, why not share your score with the world!
#1. Swelling, redness and joint stiffness lasting over 30 mins in the morning is a sign of inflammation True/False
#2. Which of these conditions are associated with development of Rheumatic conditions
Select all that apply:
#3. Which best describes “Spondyloarthritis”
#4. Some Axial Spondyloarthritis patients will be HLA-B27 negative True/False
#5. Some Axial Spondyloarthritis patients will not have any inflammation on MRI True/False
#6. An equal number of men develop Axial Spondyloarthritis as women True/False
#7. Which symptoms can be related to Psoriatic Arthritis
#8. Symptoms worse with activity and better with rest are usually reported by Psoriatic Arthritis patients.
#9. Psoriatic Arthritis is most likely to present with:
Well done! 100%! Have you been on one of my courses? (wink)
Oh No! Never mind, help is at hand… Why not read some more of the blogs on this site or attend one of my courses to find out the answers and much, much more!
Music Choice: Thirty Seconds To Mars – “Closer To The Edge”
“I don’t remember the moment I tried to forget
I lost myself, is it better not said?
Now I’m closer to the edge
It was a thousand to one and a million to two…”