せいぞくせいみんしょう 致死性家族性不眠症
1. fatal familial insomnia; FFIMedicine, etc. term
Wikipedia definition
2. Fatal familial insomniaFatal familial insomnia (FFI) is a very rare autosomal dominant inherited prion disease of the brain. It is almost always caused by a mutation to the protein PrP, but can also develop spontaneously in patients with a non-inherited mutation variant called sporadic Fatal Insomnia (sFI). FFI has no known cure and involves progressively worsening insomnia, which leads to hallucinations, delirium, and confusional states like that of dementia.
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