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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Other causes of nail changes include lichen planus, chronic candida paronychia, and Reiter's disease. Epidemiologically the most likely diagnosis is onychomycosis, which is far more prevalent than the other conditions.
Less common conditions like pityriasis rotunda, Reiter's disease, secondary syphilis and norwegian scabies were excluded.
We kept rupioid psoriasis, rupioid syphilis and Reiter's disease as differentials.
The most common STI was condylomata acuminata (6.7%) seen in 5 patients, followed by 1 person (1.3%) each with herpes genitalis, genital scabies and Reiter's disease. Only 2 (2.7 %) people were diagnosed with HIV.