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(TNF receptor associated periodic syndrome)
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  • TNF receptor signalling in autoinflammatory diseases. [Journal Article]
    Int Immunol 2019Jarosz-Griffiths HH, Holbrook J, … McDermott MF
  • Autoinflammatory syndromes are a group of disorders characterised by recurring episodes of inflammation as a result of specific defects in the innate immune system. Patients with autoinflammatory disease present with recurrent outbreaks of chronic systemic inflammation that are mediated by innate immune cells, for the most part. A number of these diseases arise from defects in the tumour necrosis…
  • Periodic fevers and other autoinflammatory diseases. [Journal Article]
    Cas Lek Cesk Summer 2018; 157(3):122-129Fingerhutová Š, Jančová E, … Doležalová P
  • Autoinflammatory diseases represent a relatively new and rapidly evolving group of rare disorders associated with mutations of genes encoding proteins with a key regulatory role in inflammatory response. Gradual discovery of mechanisms that link genetic disorder with its biochemical and immunological consequences leading to continuous or episodic inflammatory stimulation has enabled introduction …
  • The patient journey to diagnosis and treatment of autoinflammatory diseases. [Journal Article]
    Orphanet J Rare Dis 2018; 13(1):156Hausmann JS, Lomax KG, … Durrant K
  • CONCLUSIONS: All families emphasized the need for efficient early diagnosis of AIDs. Initiatives that improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis, provide more comprehensive patient education, and support patients and families through the illness have the potential to significantly improve the quality of life of patients with AIDs and their families. Healthcare providers should be aware of the impact of the long diagnostic journey on families and work to create an environment of trust and collaboration in the face of a difficult and prolonged diagnostic process.
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