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What is Reiter's Disease?

Description of the disease

Reiter's disease is an inflammatory condition that most commonly affects the joints, intestines, urinary system, and eyes. It belongs to the group of reactive arthritis syndromes, which occur in response to a preceding infectious disease.


  • Reactive arthritis


  • Pain and swelling in the joints
  • Eye inflammation (conjunctivitis)
  • Intestinal disturbances


Reiter's disease can develop after an infectious disease, such as Chlamydia infection, Salmonellosis, STDs.


The diagnosis of Reiter's disease is based on clinical manifestations and the results of laboratory tests.


Treatment of Reiter's disease aims to reduce inflammation and symptoms, as well as to address the underlying cause of the disease.


Prevention of Reiter's disease involves timely treatment of infectious diseases and the prevention of injury and hypothermia.


The treatment of Reiter's disease is carried out by a rheumatologist or an infectious disease specialist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.