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Adult-Onset Still's Disease Presenting as an Atypical Cutaneous Eruption
SKIN The Journal of Cutaneous Medicine
Adult-onset Still's disease classically presents with high fevers, arthralgias, leukocytosis, and an evanescent eruption. There are, however, a known subset of patients who develop an atypical eruption with persistent erythematous to violaceous papules and plaques. Here, we present the case of a white female in her 40s who presented with 2 years of spiking fevers, arthralgias, and a fixed pruritic eruption with erythematous plaques with overlying scale and linear accentuation. She was initiallydoi:10.25251/skin.3.6.18 fatcat:6cytp6lbofe4bgmkmajkwdcdre