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The ACR Committee on Training and Workforce is pleased to present the Virtual Rheumatology Teaching Lessons – Adult (ViTLs). This new and interactive series takes a deep dive into specific topics targeted to fellows in adult rheumatology fellowship programs. Launched in early 2021, this monthly lecture series will be led by professionals across the U.S. who are known for their expertise and exceptional educational experiences. Recorded sessions will be on this page as they become available.
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This program is designed for educational purposes only. The material presented is not intended to represent the only or the best methods appropriate for the medical situations discussed, but rather is intended to present the opinions of the authors or presenters, which may be helpful to other practitioners. Attendees participating in this education activity sponsored by the ACR do so with full knowledge that they waive any claim they may have against the ACR for reliance on any information presented during this educational activity.
Dermatomyositis: Bridging Dermatology and RheumatologyLisa Christopher-Stine, MD, MPHVictoria P. Werth, MD, MS
In this case-based presentation, Dr. Lisa Christopher-Stine and Dr. Victoria Werth discuss the collaborative dermatologic/rheumatologic approach to the diagnosis and treatment of dermatomyositis. They examine organ system involvement – involving skin, muscle, joint, etc., from 2 clinician specialty viewpoints. They review unique clinical findings as well as their histopathological and immunopathological correlates and apply this collaborative approach to the management of dermatologic and rheumatologic features in patients with dermatomyositis.
ANCA VasculitisGeetha Duvuru, MDAlexandra Villa Forte, MD, MPH
In this session, Drs. Villa Forte and Duvuru debate the role of PLEX in remission induction and choosing between rituximab and cyclophosphamide for remission induction. They also review therapy choices for remission maintenance and role of ANCA and CD 19 monitoring for guiding remission maintenance therapy.
Inflammatory Eye Disease for the RheumatologistLaura Kopplin, MD, PhDBryn Burkholder, MDJim Rosenbaum, MD
This session reviews three common forms of inflammatory eye disease seen in patients with rheumatic conditions (scleritis, uveitis, and orbital inflammatory disease), and provides an overview of common clinical findings, mimickers, and suggestions for evaluation and treatment.
Interstitial Lung Disease Associated with Systemic Rheumatic DiseasesKristin B. Highland, MD, MSCR
In this case-based presentation, Kristin B. Highland, MD, MSCR, discusses initial evaluations, approaches to treatment, and monitoring of patients with interstitial lung disease (ILD) associated with systemic rheumatic diseases.