Still's disease(redirected from Adult onset Still's disease)
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Still's diseaseJuvenile rheumatoid arthritis Rheumatology A persistent arthritis that presents with systemic Sx–eg, high intermittent fever, salmon-colored rash, lymphadenopathy, hepatosplenomegaly, pleuritis, pericarditis
Still's diseaseJuvenile RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. The condition is commonly complicated by the eye disorder UVEITIS. (Sir George Frederick Still, 1868–1941, English paediatrician).
Patient discussion about Still's disease
Q. My mom had her lump removed and still she is undergoing many tests.. why? My mom had her lump removed and still she is undergoing many tests ……..why so many tests are taken ……Is there any problem yet?
Q. Should they still be having suicidal thoughts? Hi there, if someone who has been diagnosed as a rapid - cycling bipolar is on Epival, should they still be having suicidal thoughts and is there anything else that could be added in terms of medication to stabilize them?
Q. Still there are some fluctuations in my weight every month.Can anyone explain? I am an obese guy. But still there are some fluctuations in my weight every month. Sometimes it goes up and sometimes it goes down. But overall I remain as overweight. I was told that I am having water weight and the reason given was that of fast foods. But I am confused. Can anyone explain?