Classification criteria Still's disease in adulthood Please rate this page (bottom of page)

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Adult Stills Diagnostic Classification Criteria (Yamaguchi M 1992):

At least two major and three minor:

Major

  1. Feverspikes of at least 39ºC for at least one week
  2. Joint pain (Arthralgia) or Arthritis for at least two weeks
  3. Non-itchy, macular or maculopapular eczema that is "salmon-red" and usually located on the body (truncus) or extremities of fever episodes
  4. Increased white blood cell count (leukocytosis) greater than 10,000 / microliter, with at least 80% granulocytes

Minor

Exclusion

  • Not infection, cancer, vasculitis or other rheumatic disease

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