Solving Stills Disease
Still's disease is the most common rheumatic cause of unknown fever in adults. This series by Dr. Jack Cush covers the definition, history, epidemiology, key manifestations and labs, diagnostic criteria, pathogenesis and the management of adult-onset Sti...
Not Still’s—Now What?
You don’t meet criteria for Still’s disease (AOSD or sJIA), now what should you do or consider?
Pregnancy & Still’s Disease: Patient Concerns Answered
Seven common concerns and answers around pregnancy in Still's Disease
Grand Rounds – Evaluation of Febrile Rheumatic Patients
Dr. Jack Cush reviews the appproach to evaluating fever in adults suspected of having a rheumatic disease, Stills disease or autoinflammatory conditions. Presentation, disease criteria and genetic testing are discussed.
QD Clinics – Cases of Stills Disease- with Dr. Jack Cush
When to Stop Anakinra https://youtu.be/PhGtSJoBAHE Which IL-1 Inhibitor Should you Use? https://youtu.be/fzWCJwpGeA4 How many days of Fever? https://youtu.be/b8A_4mpNEJ4 Fever by the Numbers. https://youtu.be/cgn_zYylmSE When to do Genetic Te...
Still’s Disease Abstracts from EULAR 2017
Dr. Olga Petryna - Canakinumab in Adults and Pediatric Still's Disease https://youtu.be/izWYPBbQyKk Dr. Jack Cush - Autoinflammatory syndromes from Bed to Bench https://youtu.be/LkZ54tKKTfA
ACR 2020- Autoinflammatory & Still’s Disease Panel
Featuring Drs. Jack Cush, Bella Mehta, Olga Petryna, and Michael Ombrello
Flare Patterns in Autoinflammatory Syndrome During Pandemic: Dr. Yuz Yusof
Autoinflammatory: PAH in AOSD, VEXAS, JAKi in Still’s, Role of labs in infections vs. flares
Diagnosing (Bad) VEXAS: The Experts Speak Drs. Beck and Ferrada
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