What Do You Know About Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)?

Question 1 of 7

What was the previous name for JIA?

AJunior Idiopathic Arthritis
BJuvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
CJunior Rheumatoid Arthritis
DNone of the above
AJunior Idiopathic Arthritis
BJuvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
CJunior Rheumatoid Arthritis
DNone of the above
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Question 2 of 7

How are the types of JIA classified?

AThe type and number of joints involved
BSigns and symptoms
CThe results of blood tests
DAll of the above
AThe type and number of joints involved
BSigns and symptoms
CThe results of blood tests
DAll of the above
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Question 3 of 7

Which type of JIA is classified as having less than five joints affected during the first six months, and higher incidence of eye inflammation and positive ANA blood tests?

APolyarticular JIA
BSystemic JIA
COligoarticulae JIA
APolyarticular JIA
BSystemic JIA
COligoarticulae JIA
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Question 4 of 7

Which type of JIA affects five or more joints during the first six months of disease, is most similar to adult rheumatoid arthritis and often has a positive rheumatoid factor blood test?

ASystemic JIA
BOligoarticulae JIA
CPolyarticular JIA
ASystemic JIA
BOligoarticulae JIA
CPolyarticular JIA
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Question 5 of 7

Which type is associated with swollen lymph nodes, rashes, fevers and inflammation of internal organs?

ASystemic JIA
BPolyarticular JIA
COligoarticulae JIA
ASystemic JIA
BPolyarticular JIA
COligoarticulae JIA
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Question 6 of 7

Who is JIA most likely to affect?

ABoys
BGirls
CBoth are affected equally
ABoys
BGirls
CBoth are affected equally
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Question 7 of 7

How is it best to treat JIA?

ARegular exercise
BPain-relief medications
CAnti-inflammatory medication
DA diet rich in calcium
EAll of the above
ARegular exercise
BPain-relief medications
CAnti-inflammatory medication
DA diet rich in calcium
EAll of the above
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