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Still's rash

Alternative eponyms

  • Still's rheumatoid rash

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A rash seen in the majority of patients with Still's disease.

Description

Boldero in 1933 first described the characteristic evanescent erythematous rash involving the extensor surfaces. It is seen in the majority of patients with Still's disease.

We thank Andre Trombeta for information submitted.

Bibliography

  • M. E. A. Boldero:
    A case of Still's disease. Mod Soc Trans London, 1933, 16: 55.

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