Still's Research

 

 

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. This article is approx. 30 pages) 

 

Additional Article from Dr. Cush: Bulletin on the Rhuematic Diseases: Adult-Onset Still's Disease( Smaller article app. 4 pages)

 

Still's Disease: Long-term Sequellae

 

TNFa and response of treatment-resistant adult-onset Still's disease to thalidomide

 

Intravenous immunoglobulins for adult Still's disease and pregnancy

 

 Collection of Journal Abstracts on Adult 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

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