Still disease

Still dis·ease

(stil),
a form of juvenile chronic arthritis (formerly called juvenile rheumatoid arthritis) characterized by high fever and signs of systemic illness that can exist for weeks or months before the onset of arthritis.
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Still dis·ease

(stil di-zēz')
A form of juvenile chronic arthritis (formerly juvenile rheumatoid arthritis) characterized by high fever and signs of systemic illness that can exist for months before the onset of arthritis.
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Still disease

(stil)
[Sir George F. Still, Brit. physician, 1868–1941]
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
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Still,

Sir George F., English physician, 1868-1941.
Still disease - a form of juvenile chronic arthritis.
Still murmur - an innocent musical murmur.
Still-Chauffard syndrome - Synonym(s): Chauffard syndrome
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References in periodicals archive ?
Song, "Application of the 2016 EULAR/ACR/PRINTO classification criteria for macrophage activation syndrome in patients with adult-onset Still disease," Journal of Rheumatology, vol.
Adult-onset Still disease. Best Pract Res Clin Rheumatol 2008;22:773-92.
Adult-onset still disease: manifestations, treatment, outcome, and prognostic factors in 57 patients.
Extreme hyperferritinemia with reduced glycosylation (<20%) can be found in rare clinical conditions such as hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) or adult-onset Still disease (AOSD).
* Hyperferritinemia with reduced glycosylation (<20%) is a useful marker for diagnosis of Still disease.
(3.) Fautrel B.Adult-onset Still disease. Best Pract Res Clin Rheumatol 2008;22:773-92.
Proposal for a newset of classification criteria for adult-onset Still disease. Medicine 2002;81:194-200.
Evanescentand persistent pruritic eruptions of adultonset Still disease: a clinical and pathologic study of 36 patients.
Refractory adult-onset still disease successfully treated with abatacept.
Adult-onset Still disease in a patient with acute hepatitis A.
Very high concentrations (>10 000 [micro]g/L) have been described in Still disease (1) and less commonly in hemochromatosis.