The triad of Urethritis + Arthritis + Conjunctivitis = ?

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Reiters syndrome etiology 1. genitourinary infection with chlamydia 2. gastrointestinal infection with salmonella and campylobacter Salient features 1. Seronegative arthropathy 2. HLA B27 Positive 3. Traid of conjunctivitis, urethritis and arthritis . Dermatological manifestation: keraroderma blenorragicum. Treatment oral doxycycline or macrolides

This is Classical Reiter's Syndrome. Usually affects young males. Caused by unknown bacteria, Usually Chlamidia. This is a reactive Arthritis of autoimmune reaction that reacts to infection. Associated with gastro intestinal infections like Shigella Salmonella Campylobacter.

Reiter's syndrome is a triad of Urethritis, arthritis and conjunctivitis.

rieter syndrome.

Reactive arthritis after gastrointestinal infections (shigella, salmonela yersinia camphylobacter or std(chlamydia trachomatis ureaplasma urealyticum) ratio is 1:1 after enteric and 9:1 after std. Seronegative arthritis ,asymmetrical involving knee ankle . sarcoiliitis, ankylosing spondylosis in 20./. of cases. Mucocutaneous lesion balanitis, stomatitis, keratoderma blennorrhagicum. Finger nail involvement mimicing psoriasis. Conjunctivitis, anterior uveitis in HAL -B27 Carditis, aortic regurgitation may occur. DD gonoccocal arthritis ,RA ankylosing spondylosis ,psoriatic arthritis, Behcet disease. RX nsaids sulfasalazine 1000 mg BD methotrexate 7.5mg-20mg per wk Anti-TNF Agents.

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