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If by fever you mean an increase in heat, the cause for this as a result of inflammation is the strong increase in blood-flow at the body's core temperature, to the site of the inflammation. A fever which is body-wide, is not necessarily part of an inflammation. The fever can be an extreme response to the damage or infection which caused the initial inflammation, but it can also be a normal response to an infection spreading throughout the body.

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