Adult-onset Still's disease x ray

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Adult-onset Still's disease

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]; Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Syed Hassan A. Kazmi BSc, MD [2]

Overview

On x-ray of the affected joints, soft tissue swelling and joint effusions may be seen during early course of the disease. Intercarpal and carpometacarpal joint space narrowing (JSN) and ankylosis may be observed.

X-Ray

The following x-ray findings may be observed in patients suffering from adult-onset Still's disease (AOSD):[1][2][3]

Early disease

  • Affected joints may exhibit the following changes:

Late disease

References

  1. Pouchot J, Sampalis JS, Beaudet F, Carette S, Décary F, Salusinsky-Sternbach M, Hill RO, Gutkowski A, Harth M, Myhal D (March 1991). "Adult Still's disease: manifestations, disease course, and outcome in 62 patients". Medicine (Baltimore). 70 (2): 118–36. PMID 2005777.
  2. Cush JJ (2000). "Adult-onset Still's disease". Bull Rheum Dis. 49 (6): 1–4. PMID 11100625.
  3. Cabane J, Michon A, Ziza JM, Bourgeois P, Blétry O, Godeau P, Kahn MF (May 1990). "Comparison of long term evolution of adult onset and juvenile onset Still's disease, both followed up for more than 10 years". Ann. Rheum. Dis. 49 (5): 283–5. PMC 1004068. PMID 2344206.

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