autoinflammatory diseases

a group of hereditary conditions, usually rare and autosomal dominant, in which there are defects in genes that regulate the body's innate immunity; most are characterized by recurrent fevers and inflammation that may involve various different body systems. Called also familial or hereditary periodic fevers and hereditary periodic fever syndromes.

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