Adult onset stills
As the name suggests, it can only be diagnosed in adults. Systemic JIA is only diagnosed in children. The immune system protects us from infection and other threats to the body, but in AOSD it attacks your own body by mistake. AOSD can cause pain and stiffness in your joints, as well as inflammation in other areas of your body. Some people may not have all these symptoms at once, which can make it difficult to diagnose the condition. The fever caused by AOSD usually goes up and down a few times during the day, usually going up in the afternoon or evening.
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Adult-onset Still disease
Adult-Onset Still's Disease: Symptoms, Risks, and Treatment
This rare type of inflammatory arthritis is marked by fever, rash and joint pain. It has similar symptoms to systemic-onset juvenile idiopathic arthritis -- fever, rash and joint pain. It begins in adulthood, so it's compared to rheumatoid arthritis. Inflammation may affect a few joints at first. Over time, more joints may be involved. Some people may have only one bout of the illness followed by lasting remission no visible symptoms , while others develop chronic arthritis.
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Adult-onset Still's disease
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AOSD is an inflammatory condition that can cause exhaustion and swelling in your joints, tissues, organs, and lymph nodes. This condition goes through episodes of flare-up and remission: Symptoms can appear and disappear suddenly. They also sometimes never come back. Some people with AOSD may only ever experience one flare-up.
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