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Group of inflammatory diseases that are non-infectious, non-allergic, non-autoimmune and non-immunodeficient in cause. The term "autoinflammatory diseases" includes the hereditary periodic fever syndromes (HPF), which are induced by mutations of pattern-recognition receptors (PRR) and disturbances of cytokine generation and balance.
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ClassificationThis section has been translated automatically.
- other hereditary and non-hereditary idiopathic fever syndromes such as:
- various. autoimmune syndromes as UAW
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- Initially, the term "autoinflammatory syndromes" was coined for a small group of familial fever syndromes (see below Fever syndromes, hereditary, periodic ).
- This term has since been expanded to include an increasing number of acquired disorders.
- In 2010, a drug-induced autoinflammatory syndrome was described, the "autoinflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants (ASIA)". Gulf War Syndrome" also belongs to this group of syndromes.
- Such reactions are interpreted as adverse drug reactions(ADRs) occurring as a result of vaccination (see also AEFI ) .
LiteratureThis section has been translated automatically.
- Braun-Falco M et al (2011) Skin involvement in autoinflammatory syndromes. SDDG 9: 232 - 245
- Israeli E (2012) Gulf War syndrome as a part of the autoimmune (autoinflammatory) syndrome induced by adjuvant (ASIA). Lupus 21:190-194.
Incoming links (6)Breastfeeding syndrome; Breastfeeding syndrome adultes; Papa syndrome; Sapho syndrome; Spondyloenchondrodysplasia; Sting-associated vasculopathy;
Outgoing links (9)Adverse drug reactions of the skin; Aefi; Breastfeeding syndrome; Breastfeeding syndrome adultes; Fever syndromes, hereditary, periodic (overview); Papa syndrome; Pash syndrome; Sapho syndrome; Schnitzler syndrome;
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