Best of 2022: Myths & Misconceptions with Febrile Disorders
Still's disease: paediatrics to adults, a continuum or not?
The Still’s Continua
The concept of a “Still’s disease continuum” that encompasses both sJIA and AOSD is based on the many common clinical, genetic and laboratory features shared by both sJIA and AOSD.
AOSD: complicated disease or a disease with complications?
Myths & Misconceptions with Febrile Disorders
Five Mistakes When Diagnosing Still’s Disease
Adult-onset Still's presents an interesting and diagnostic challenge when encountered. Here are 5 tips to improve your diagnostic acumen for this febrile disorder.
Q Fever - The Intersection of Rheum and ID
Today in clinic, I saw a patient with longstanding seropositive, erosive rheumatoid arthritis who had been treated with etanercept for over 10 years. She had undergone valve replacement years ago for regurgitation.
“The Big Sick” Movie Review
It's Monday morning and my first patient is a newly diagnosed rheumatoid. This is his first visit back after starting methotrexate 6 weeks ago. Despite doing great and in remission with only one active joint, he asks, “Are sure this is RA? Or could this be Still’s disease?” Admittedly, this is a weird second-visit question, but I was impressed.
5 Mistakes When Diagnosing Adult-Onset Still’s Disease
Adult-onset Still's posses a interestng and diagnostic challeng when encountered. Here are 5 tips to improve your diagnostic acumen for this febrile disorder.