Unexplained long-lasting fever/inflammatory syndrome

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Synonyms: Persistent fever/inflammation of unknown origin

A rare systemic disease characterized by febrile illness (body temperature >38.3°C on several occasions) or inflammation (elevated serum C-reactive protein and erythrocyte sedimentation rate) lasting at least three weeks and for which no specific diagnosis is achieved despite extended diagnostics.

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