Adult-onset Still's disease (AOSD) is a rare inflammatory disorder that usually affects young adults, with a bimodal peak at ages 15–25 years and 36–46 years. The disease is characterised by fever of more than 39°C, transient skin rash, leucocytosis, arthralgia, arthritis, or a combination of these symptoms.

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  • Ohta A
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Preliminary criteria for classification of adult Still's disease.