Disease: Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (SLE), Causes, Symptoms (Other (Not Listed) Sample)
The project is to create an information sheet or pamphlet about one of the diseases we have studied. You should post in the Extra Credit Discussion Area which topic you are choosing. Once you post there, your topic is off-limits for other students to use.
To create your information sheet, I suggest Microsoft Word or Power Point as you can add images and special text to make your project visually appealing. If you use Power Point, be sure to create a handout with your slides that is in a one page handout or brochure format. A Power Point slide show does not fit the requirements for the project. After creating your project, save it as a pdf and submit to the dropbox as a pdf using the attachments button. This will prevent most formatting changes and make it easier for everyone to see your project. All projects submitted in the dropbox are viewable by the rest of the class and I welcome your comments to each other in the discussion forum. The extra credit is worth a maximum of 15 points and the points will be determined using the following criteria:
5 points: Overall layout and design
5 points: Accuracy of Information
5 points: Relevance of Information
If you use a reference or picture from a website, you must cite it within the information sheet or brochure (it may be helpful to simply cite it under the picture).source..
SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSIS
Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (SLE)
Disease: Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (SLE)
SLE is an autoimmune medical disorder that affects the bodyâ€™s immune system by attacking the healthy tissues such as the brain, skin, joints and other organs.
It is essential to establish that the primary cause of SLE disease has not yet fully been determined. However, this disease is prevalent in women as compared to men and is likely to occur at any age (Mahmood, Mukhtar, Deen, & Khan, 2016). It appears in people between the age of 10 and 50 with several Americans and Asians affected with this disease as compared to other races.
The symptoms of SLE vary from an individual to the other and are also likely to come and go. Every patient suffering from this disease experiences some joint pains and swellings with some likely to contract arthritis (Mahmood et.al. 2016). Additionally, the joints and the fingers including the wrists, hands, and knees remain most affected as depicted in the picture below.
Photo courtesy of Dr. Erik Stratman, Marshfield Clinic
However, other symptoms include:
* Hair loss
* Mouth sores
* Sensitivity to sunlight
* Skin rushes
* Discomforts, ill feelings and uneasiness
* Chest Pain
Photo courtesy of Medline Plus
Exams and Tests:
In order to be diagnosed with this ailment,...
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