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(benign paroxysmal peritonitis) articles in PubMed
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  • Periodic fevers and autoinflammatory syndromes in childhood. [Review]
  • J Paediatr Child Health 2016; 52(9):865-71JP
  • Ostring GT, Singh-Grewal D
  • Recurrent fever is a common presentation in paediatric practice and can be caused by a wide variety of diseases including autoinflammatory conditions. The innate immune system plays an essential role...
  • P wave and QT dispersion in familial mediterranean fever. [Journal Article]
  • Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci 2016; 20(16):3427-33ER
  • Kirbas A, Daglar K, … Danisman N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pd, a non-invasive marker of potential atrial arrhythmia and QT-d, a non-invasive marker of potentially lethal ventricular tachyarrhythmia, constitute a recent contribution to the field of noninvasive electrocardiology. Pd and QT-d values were not altered in pregnant women with FMF who already put on colchicine treatment, with no increased risk of atrial or ventricular arrhythmias indicated. Colchicine may have a cardio-protective effect beyond the effect mediated through suppression of inflammation.
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