A Diagnosis of Adult-Onset Still's Disease after Multiple Urgent Care Visits
JournalCase Reports in Medicine
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AbstractA 34-year-old man with recent treatment and resolution of community-acquired pneumonia presents to the emergency department with protracted fever, rash, and sore throat. Sustained fever and greater than two-fold increase in leukocytosis despite appropriate antibiotic therapy prompted hospital admission for infectious disease and rheumatologic evaluations which ultimately revealed adult-onset Still's disease, a rare autoinflammatory disorder with potentially life-threatening complications. Copyright 2019 Kami M. Hu et al.
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