Adult-onset still's disease

What is Adult-onset still's disease?

Adult-onset still's disease is a systemic inflammatory disease. The classic presentation is the triad of persistent high spiking fever, joint pain and a distinctive salmon-colored rash. Serum ferritin, a protein that binds iron, is elevated. There are no characteristic antibodies in the blood.

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My 24 year daugher is being tested for inflammatory arthritis her feet and hands are swollen and puffy her last blood test came back clear...

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Your daughter seems to have Inflammatory Polyarthritis.

It can be due the following causes.
1. Post infectious - Likely Post...

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I am an Adult Onset Stills disease patient, I have been going through a tough time from last 2 months, my Rhumi prescribed me with...

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Since you are suffering from AOSD which cause is not known.The management of this condition is mainly with...

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