Still’s Disease is a form of arthritis that is characterized by high spiking fevers and evanescent (transient) salmon-colored rash. Rashes can come and go with fevers, warm or hot temperatures and also worsen at sites that have had trauma; such as, scratched areas, sores, etc.
* Below are examples of rashes and some of inflamed joints that have been shared by patients.
If you do experience rashes it may be helpful to take pictures to assist your doctor with classification and/or a diagnoses.
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* Please understand these photos are not submitted by doctors so may not have been verified as the Still’s rash or inflammation caused by Still’s disease in every case.
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