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).
Patients with undifferentiated connective-tissue disease (UCTD) may present with various symptoms. The most common symptoms at presentation include Raynaud phenomenon (48%-59%); arthralgia (37%-81%); arthritis (22%-71%); mucocutaneous symptoms such as photosensitivity, malar rash, alopecia, and oral ulcerations (23%-52%); fever (15%-23%); sicca symptoms (12%-42%); and CNS symptoms (8.5%).
Large Intestine 11 can be stimulated any time there is fever or heat in the body. Even rubbed with some peppermint oil, this point can help in lowering the sensation of heat in a person. Other indications are a sore and painful throat and loss of voice. If a person suffers from skin rashes that are red, scaly and dry skin or itchy skin, then this point can be massaged as well. For any kind of disorders of the whole arm, LI 11 can be massaged as well.