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M. Still -SJIA

Systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA) and Adult onset of Still’s disease (AOSD) are special rheumatoid disorders.

Systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA) is generally considered the most severe form of juvenile idiopathic arthritis and can also spread to the entire organism. The disease which arises in children <16 usually begins with recurrent bouts of fever, followed by inflammations of several joints followed by a salmon-coloured, transitory rash. Other symptoms such as enlargement of the lymph nodes and enlargement of the liver and/or spleen are possible.

Adult onset of Still’s Syndrome – AOSD - (Adult M.Still) is a rare systemic inflammatory disease. Its underlying causes are still unknown. The disease is characterised by periodic bouts of fever, accompanied by a salmon-coloured rose rash, primarily in the thigh and torso, and the inflammation of several joints.

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