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Adult-Onset Stills Disease
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Parvaiz A Shah – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.
Adult Onset Stills Disease: A Case ReportIndian journal of applied research, 2015Co-Authors: Fayaz A Wani, Waseem Raja, Muzaffar Maqbool, Rakesh K Koul, Parvaiz A ShahAbstract:
Adult onset Stills Disease is a rare systemic inflammatory disorder of unknown etiology characterized by high spiking fever,evanescent salmon coloured rash, arthritis, and multiorgan involvement. It is caused by aberrancies in the innate inflammatory pathways, and increased activation of IL-1beta is considered as a major event in their pathogenesis. Diagnosis that is one of exclusion and differential diagnosis includes infection, neoplastic,and autoimmune disorders. Although there are several set of classification but yamaguchi criteria present highest sensitivity (93%)
Zhu Yan – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.
Adult Onset Stills Disease AnalyseJournal of Practical Traditional Chinese Internal Medicine, 2010Co-Authors: Zhu YanAbstract:
The cure one cases of adult onset Still’s Disease,indicate syndromes of deficiency of both the vital energy and yin,evil heat Yubi,Treatment to heat — clearing and blood -cooling attenuate,Burst Healing Qiyin,medical prescription Shengjiangsan addition and subtraction.Decision Zhifang causal treatment,Use less medicine,supplemented by the interim control of the Disease symptoms.
Sakin Abdullah – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.
A rare cause of pleural effusion: adult onset Stills Disease, 2015Co-Authors: Demirbas Soner, Kutlu Orkide, Bahar Kandemir, Sakin AbdullahAbstract:
Adult onset Stills Disease is a rare systemic inflammatory disorder. At the onset of the Disease sore throat, pharyngitis; which does not respond to antibiotics, one or two times peaking febrile episodes, marked salmoncolored rash on the trunk and extremities, arthralgia, arthritis, myalgia, fatigue, loss of appetite with nausea and weight loss; hepatosplenomegaly and lymphadenopathy can be seen. Among laboratory examinations levels of ferritin and other acute phase reactants distinctly rise, and neutrophilic leukocytosis; ANA and RF negativity are detected. Pleural and pericardial effusions, transient pulmonary infiltration, and rarely myocarditis can be seen during the course of the Disease. Here we report a patient who was examined for fever of unknown origin and diagnosed with adult onset Stills Disease which is a rare etiology of pleural effusion