Reiter's syndrome

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Reiter's syndrome

[′rīd·ərz ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
The triad of idiopathic nongonococcal urethritis, conjunctivitis, and subacute or chronic polyarthritis. Also known as arthritis urethritica; idiopathic arthritis; infectious uroarthritis.
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Differentiation of post-streptococcal reactive arthritis from acute rheumatic fever.
But active TB may be complicated by a sterile Reactive arthritis (ReA) which is less known and therefore often missed.
Due to the intensive immunological and immunogenetic investigations of reactive arthritis over the past decades, current understanding of the mechanism of this disease is mainly based on the possible role of immune response [11, 12].
We also excluded infective arthritis on the basis of bilateral joint involvement and improvement without intervention or antibiotics, as well as reactive arthritis and inflammatory conditions on the basis of negative serological tests.
Type II is associated with an infectious process and is also known as reactive arthritis.
The patient was observed overnight and symptoms significantly improved, so a diagnosis of reactive arthritis was made.
VETERAN defender Paul Lovering can't wait to make his return to senior football after his career was almost ended by a painful bout of reactive arthritis.
Salmonella has long been known to be a human pathogen in contaminated water and food, but it wasn't until 1984 that the LTHO of reactive arthritis was identified with Salmonella.
These include urethritis, epididymitis and reactive arthritis.