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A forgotten diagnosis in the emergency department: adult onset Still’s disease
Adult-Onset Still disease (AODS) is rare condition that can be the cause behind high fever,rashes and joint aches in adult patients. Being a rare condition often times it is overlooked as an improbable condition. It’s prevalence is estimated at 1 in 100.000. AODS generally presents itself in young adults, however in our case the patient was a lactating mother.Yamaguchi criteria remains as the diagnostic criteria for AODS. Our case report aims to demonstrate the diagnostic process and subsequent treatment of this rarely encountered condition.

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Volume 2, Issue 2, 2024
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