Atypical Presentation of a Familial Mediterranean Fever Case: Case Report
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Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) is characterized by recurrent polyserositis attacks and often accompanied by fever. After abdominal pain, the joint involvement is the most common manifestation. Chronic arthritis and sacroiliitis resulting in hip joint injury can be seen in FMF. In this report a case with an unusual presentation of FMF with inflammatory prolonged hip pain is presented by reviewing the current literature.Ailesel Akdeniz ateşi (AAA), sıklıkla ateşin eşlik ettiği, tekrarlayan serözit ataklarıyla karakterizedir. Eklemler karın ağrısından sonra en sık tutulan ikinci bölgedir. Kalça ekleminde hasara yol açan kronik artrit veya sakroiliit görülebilir. Bu olgu raporunda inflamatuar kalça ağrısı ile prezente olan AAA olgusu güncel literatür eşliğinde sunulmuştur.
SourceTürkiye Klinikleri Journal of Case Reports
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