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TNF Receptor Associated Periodic Syndrome


TNF Receptor Associated Periodic Syndrome is categorized as a rare disease. TNF Receptor Associated Periodic Syndrome (TRAPS) is a rare disorder characterized by periods of fever and chills along with abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, appendicitis-like bowel obstruction, pseudocellulitis, and localized myalgia of the trunk or limbs. TNF Receptor Associated Periodic Syndrome as a syndrome, reflects a set of signs and symptoms that in most cases occur together and which indicates increased chances of developing a particular disease or already the presence of it. TNF Receptor Associated Periodic Syndrome as a tumor reflects an abnormal growth of some tissue that results in progressive multiplication of cells that are serving no physiological function. A Fever means any body temperature which is over 37.8 degrees Celcius (100 degrees Farenheit). If you suffer from a rare disease like this one, if you want to know more information about this illness, you want to share your problems or you seek for support, check our dedicated forum about rare diseases where issues about TNF Receptor Associated Periodic Syndrome are discussed (discussions about treatments, medications, pathology, signs, symptoms of TNF Receptor Associated Periodic Syndrome, etc...).
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