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Full Text Articles from various Rheumatology Journals:

Dr. Cush's Article: Adult-Onset Still's Disease:  A Circadian Cytokine Syndrome? (It is very thorough,   probably one of the most informative documents on Still's Disease that you will ever come across, as I have yet to run across anything more detailed than Dr,. Cush's study.   Dr. Cush is a highly respected Rheumatologist and very knowledgeble on Adult- Onset Still's Disease)

A man with intermittent fever and arthralgia

Grand Rounds--University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff: Pyrexia of unknown origin

Hemolytic uremic syndrome/thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (HUS/TTP) complicating adult Still's disease: remission induced with intravenous immunoglobulin G

 

For those who have real video:

This is an hour long lecture on Still's Disease, with a case study presented.  It also discusses enbrel for children and research on IL-6 (Interluken 6) 

http://www2.med.umich.edu/telemedicine/pediatrics/2-23-99.ram

 

The following abstracts provide information on case studies in Still's Disease.   The Abstracts are not full text articles, but do contain a fair amount of information. I will try to keep these sections as freshly updated as possible, adding any new studies that I come across.

New for 1999 from the ACR Conference:

These 4 articles will be presented in November at the 1999 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology. 

CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND RISK FACTORS OF ADULT STILL'S DISEASE WITH CHRONIC ARTHRITIS.

ELEVATED SERUM LEVELS OF BOTH TH1 AND TH2 CYTOKINES IN PATIENTS WITH ADULT STILL'S DISEASE

                                                               ADOLESCENT-ONSET STILL'S DISEASE: CHARACTERISTICS AND EVOLUTION OF 9 CASES IN COMPARISON WITH ADULT AND JUVENILE-ONSET STILL DISEASE PATIENTS

 NEW CLASSIFICATION TREE AND CRITERIA SET, INCLUDING FERRITIN AND GLYCOSYLATED FERRITIN, FOR ADULT STILL'S DISEASE

  • More Research Abstracts Coming Soon

 

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