Reactive Arthritis

Reactive arthritis (Reiter’s syndrome) is a condition which involves inflammation of the joints, urethra, and eyes. It is an autoimmune condition which functions as a response to an infection in some part of the body. Initial symptoms include urinary urgency or burning, conjunctivis and mild fever; arthritis occurs weeks after initial infection. Treatment involves locating the original infection and treating it with antibiotics.

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