Autoinflammatory bone diseases.

  title={Autoinflammatory bone diseases.},
  author={Sara M Stern and Polly J Ferguson},
  journal={Rheumatic diseases clinics of North America},
  volume={39 4},
Autoinflammatory bone disease is a new branch of autoinflammatory diseases caused by seemingly unprovoked activation of the innate immune system leading to an osseous inflammatory process. The inflammatory bone lesions in these disorders are characterized by chronic inflammation that is typically culture negative with no demonstrable organism on histopathology. The most common autoinflammatory bone diseases in childhood include chronic nonbacterial osteomyelitis (CNO), synovitis, acne… CONTINUE READING


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