Pediatric autoimmune diseases: Kawasaki disease, juvenile dermatomyositis and juvenile localized scleroderma
Skin symptoms are often observed in pediatric rheumatology diseases and can be clues to help make the correct diagnosis. For the beginning clinician, skin findings may point to a differential diagnosis, but these symptoms may be confusing as well. This session is designed for clinicians who want to describe skin rashes and lesions accurately and match the signs to specific criteria for diagnosis of pediatric rheumatology disease. Faculty will utilize a variety of images as learning tools throughout the presentation.