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Adult-onset Still's disease (AOSD) and systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA) are rare systemic disorders of auto-inflammatory nature.
Still's disease is an auto-inflammatory disease that affects both children and adults, and is characterized by high spiking fevers, intermittent rash and arthritis.
Rapid responses to anakinra in patients with refractory adult-onset Still's disease.
We have read the reply by Guzelkucuk in relation to our paper titled "Adult onset Still's disease (AOSD) mimicking acute rheumatic fever" with great interest.
It was easy to see that ageing, along with a gradual loss of function from childhood due to the abnormalities and deformities caused by Still's disease, had created physical and social losses for Robert.
John Cromer was stricken at age four with a rare condition, Still's Disease, which is a rheumatic illness that swells the joints and causes low-grade fever.
Eventually, they confirmed that she was suffering from Still's disease, a form of arthritis that usually affects younger people.
Mycobacerium marinum tenosynovitis in a patient with Still's disease.
Brock has suffered from Still's Disease, a crippling form of arthritis, since her adolescence.
noninfectious inflammatory conditions, including Kawasaki's disease and Still's disease (especially in children)