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1. During what stage of EGPA is asthma typically first observed?
2. A 48-year-old woman with a history of severe asthma, allergic rhinitis, and sinusitis presents with a rash, joint pain, and tingling in her feet. Which of the following eosinophilic comorbidities is most consistent with her presentation?
3. According to current GINA recommendations, which of the following factors would favor the decision to treat with anti-IL4R over an anti-IL5/5R?
4. According to current GINA recommendations, which of the following factors would favor the decision to treat with anti-IL5/5R over an anti-IL4?
5. A 42-year-old woman with a 10-year history of severe asthma and chronic sinusitis presents for worsening symptoms of asthma. Her current medications include a SABA and a high-dose ICS/LABA. In addition to her asthma symptoms, she also demonstrates a moderate rash on her arms, mild joint pain, and tingling and numbness in her feet. Further evaluation confirms the diagnosis of eosinophilic severe asthma and a chest x-ray shows transient pulmonary infiltrates.
Which of the following biologic therapies would be the most appropriate treatment option for this patient?