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What are the tests for reiter's syndrome?

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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Reiter's is syndrome

Reiter's syndrome is exactly that.
Orinally decribed as arthritis following a bacterial dysentery, it now more commonly follows a chlamydial infection (venereal). Mosts patient or either hla-b27 positive or have a cross reactive hla type, such as b40 (60). There is a strong genetic component. The CRP should elevated, as would some gammaglobulins.

In brief: Reiter's is syndrome

Reiter's syndrome is exactly that.
Orinally decribed as arthritis following a bacterial dysentery, it now more commonly follows a chlamydial infection (venereal). Mosts patient or either hla-b27 positive or have a cross reactive hla type, such as b40 (60). There is a strong genetic component. The CRP should elevated, as would some gammaglobulins.
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