SIS: The Red-hot Joint: Evaluation in Urgent Care

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Originally Aired - Saturday, May 18 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

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Location: George R. Brown Convention Center, Level 3, 351D


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This case-based presentation will outline three cases all involving a red-hot joint. The cases will begin with discovery of the history and physical exam leading to a concise differential diagnosis. Lab findings, imaging, and specialty consultations will be used to guide the participant through medical conditions outlined by the differential diagnoses, leading to the final diagnosis. Key points regarding the patient presentation, diagnosis, and treatment will be summarized for each medical condition discussed.
 

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
⦁ Recognize the clinical findings and identify a differential diagnosis that is associated with a red-hot finger in an adult
⦁ Recognize the clinical findings and identify a differential diagnosis that is associated with a red-hot knee in an adult
⦁ Recognize the clinical findings and identify a differential diagnosis that is associated with a red-hot hip in a child
⦁ Summarize the pathophysiology, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment for causes of a red-hot joint including gout, flexor tenosynovitis, lyme arthritis, infected bursa, and septic joint
⦁ Summarize the pathophysiology, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment for causes of pediatric hip pain including transient synovitis and infected joint

 

CME Number: H24126

Type: CME


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  • AAPA Category 1 CME – 1

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