Retrospective monocentric study of 17 patients with adult Still's disease, with special focus on liver abnormalities.

@article{Andres2003RetrospectiveMS,
  title={Retrospective monocentric study of 17 patients with adult Still's disease, with special focus on liver abnormalities.},
  author={Emmanuel Andres and Jean Emmanuel Kurtz and A M Perrin and Francis Pflumio and Anne Ruellan and Bernard Goichot and Patrick Dufour and J F Blickl{\'e} and Jean Marie Brogard and J. L. Schlienger},
  journal={Hepato-gastroenterology},
  year={2003},
  volume={50 49},
  pages={192-5}
}
BACKGROUND/AIMS Adult Still's disease is one of the febrile disorders of unknown etiology, characterized by high fever, transient cutaneous rash and leukocytosis. Liver dysfunction in adult Still's disease has been described in some case reports. The objective of this study was to analyze the pattern and the frequency of liver abnormalities in a monocenter series of adult Still's disease patients. METHODOLOGY Data of 17 patients with adult Still's disease (fulfilling Yamaguchi's diagnostic… CONTINUE READING

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