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Suszeptibilität für Rheumatoide Arthritis

Die Progression einer rheumatoiden Arthritis kann durch genetische Varianten im IL10-Gen, welches Interleukin 10 kodiert, beeinflusst werden.

Gliederung

Autoinflammatorische Erkrankungen
Autoinflammation mit Arthritis und Dyskeratose
Autoinflammation, Antikörpermangel und Immundysregulations-Syndrom
Autoinflammatorisches periodisches Fieber mit Immundefizit und Thrombozytopenie
CARD14 assoziierte Psoriasis
Chronisch rekurrierende multifokale Osteomyelitis
Cryopyrin-assoziiertes periodisches Fieber-Syndrom
F12
Familiäres Mittelmeerfieber
Familiäres kälteinduziertes autoinflammatorisches Syndrom
Hereditäre Behçet-ähnliche Krankheit des Kindes
Interleukin 1-Rezeptorantagonist-Mangel
Interleukin 10-Mangel
Interleukin 10-Rezeptor-Mangel
Kongenitale sideroblastische Anämie-B-Zell-Immundefekt-periodisches Fieber-Entwicklungsverzögerungs-Syndrom
Mevalonat-Kinase assoziierte entzündliche Erkrankungen
Neigung zu maligner Hyperthermie 5
Periodisches Fieber mit Beginn im Kindesalter-Pannikulitis-Dermatose-Syndrom
Periodisches Fieber-infantile Enterocolitis-autoinflammatorisches Syndrom
Proteasom-assoziiertes Autoinflammations-Syndrom
Pseudo-TORCH-Syndrom
Pyogene Arthritis - Pyoderma gangraenosum - Akne - Syndrom
SH3BP2-Mangel mit multilokulärer zystischer Erkrankung der Mandibula
STING-assoziierte Vaskulopathie mit Beginn in der Kindheit
Singleton-Merten-Syndrom
Suszeptibilität für Rheumatoide Arthritis
IL10
PTPN22
Systemische idiopathische juvenile Arthritis
TNF-Rezeptor-assoziiertes periodisches Fieber-Syndrom
Vaskulitis durch ADA2-Mangel
Veranlagung für entzündliche Darmerkrankungen

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