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Neumonía intersticial usual en Enfermedad de Still del adulto

Neumonía intersticial usual en Enfermedad de Still del adulto,Joaquín Rodelo,Luis Alonso González,Mónica Patricia Velásquez,Gloria Vásquez,Óscar Uribe

Neumonía intersticial usual en Enfermedad de Still del adulto   (Citations: 1)
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Summary Adult-onset still's disease (AOSD) is a multi-system inflammatory disorder of unknown origin, charac- terized by high spiking fevers, evanescent salmon coloured rash, arthralgias or arthritis, hepatospleno- megaly, lymphadenopathy and sore throat. It is not uncommon for AOSD to involve other organs, such as the liver, the kidney; the bone marrow and less often the lungs. Pulmonary involvement ranges from 30 to 40% (0 to 53%), the pulmonary manifestations of AOSD include pleurisy, acute pneumonitis and even the acute respiratory distress syndrome. We present a case of a patient with AOSD who developed an interstitial lung disease and reviewed the literature on it.
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