Knowing the organs and/or size of vessels affected by drug-induced vasculitis can help pinpoint the problematic agent, which is the first step in treating the disease.Read More
Case Study: A Rare Presentation of Lupus Nephritis
After finding lupus podocytopathy and collapsing glomerulosclerosis in a patient with fatigue, weakness and swelling, Cleveland Clinic experts from rheumatology, pathology and nephrology collaborated to discuss biopsy results and treatment options.
Takayasu Arteritis Case Study: Pulmonary Embolism or Something Else?
A 25-year-old patient presents to the emergency room with acute chest pain. Could her history of Takayasu arteritis have something to do with her symptoms?
Using Patient-Reported Outcomes to Distinguish Between Low Disease Activity and Remission in Psoriatic Arthritis
Patient-reported outcomes can offer insights into the impact of psoriatic arthritis that aren’t readily obtained by standard composite instruments, laboratory data and clinical examinations.
Lung Transplantation in Rheumatic Lung Disease: The Importance of a Multidisciplinary Approach
When considering a lung transplant for a patient with rheumatic lung disease, the multi-system nature of the disease can significantly increase complexity.
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A Challenging Case of Giant Cell Arteritis
MRA or CTA of the entire aorta and its branches are critical when extracranial giant cell arteritis is suspected.
Case Report: Long-Term Monitoring a Must for ANCA-Associated Vasculitis
Even after a long period of remission, ANCA-associated vasculitis can return with force. Long-term monitoring is key.
First Report of EBV-Associated Primary CNS Lymphoma in a Patient With Diffuse Scleroderma on Long-Term Mycophenolate Mofetil
This case illustrates why patients on long-term mycophenolate mofetil should undergo regular CNS surveillance.
Case Report: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Pregnancy Planning
Gain insights into general management of pregnancy planning in patients with SLE in this short video case report.
Case Report: A Teen with Acne and Chest Pain
Progressive chest pain with normal cardiac and pulmonary workups. Find out how this teen’s acne becomes the key to unlocking a mysterious diagnosis.
Maintain a Broad Differential When Diagnosing Arthritis in Children
Watch as Sirada Panupattanapong, MD, describes a case preliminarily diagnosed as juvenile idiopathic arthritis but later confirmed as synovial hemangioma.