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Figure 7 Electron microscopy showing (A) large fine granular deposits in the mesangial region (arrows), (B) prominent fine granular subendothelial deposits (arrows) and some intramembranous deposits (arrow heads) in a case of Class III lupus nephritis.

Figure 7 Electron microscopy showing (A) large fine granular deposits in the mesangial region (arrows), (B) prominent fine granular subendothelial deposits (arrows) and some intramembranous deposits (arrow heads) in a case of Class III lupus nephritis.

Mariellen Ward of BreathDreamGo.com - speaker at the Women's Travel Fest 2014

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Warm CREAM is an unrelated (and somewhat unpleasant) mnemonic to help remember the signs and symptoms of Kawasaki. The “warm” is a fever (one lasting more than 5d) and then you need 4/5 of the other criteria (non-purulent conjunctivitis, rash, palmar erythema/swelling, cervical adenopathy, dry and red mucous membranes, the infamous strawberry tongue).

Kawasaki Disease is one of the pediatric rashes that you always need to have in the back of your mind. Most of the time the disease is self-limiting, but the consequences of not catching it are pre…