Still's disease

Still’s disease is a form of arthritis that is characterized by high spiking fevers and evanescent (transient) salmon-colored rash. Still’s disease was first described in children, but it is now known to occur, much less commonly, in adults (in whom it is referred to as Adult-onset Still’s disease, AOSD). >>


  • Extreme fatigue

  • High fevers to 104 degrees F (41 degrees C)

  • A faint salmon-colored skin rash

  • Swelling of the lymph glands

  • Enlargement of the spleen and liver

  • Sore throat.

  • Sometimes inflammation of the lungs or around the heart

  • Joint pain

Scientific research

Still's disease, lupus-like syndrome, and silicone breast implants. A case of 'ASIA' (Shoenfeld's syndrome). 2012 >>

Still's disease in patient with silicone breast implants: case report.2008 >>

Systemic inflammatory diseases and silicone breast prostheses: report of a case of adult still disease and review of the literature. 2004 >>

Still's-like disease, breast prosthesis, and collagen implants. 2001 >>