Reiter’s Syndrome / Reactive Arthritis

Reactive Arthritis Demystified: Insights into Reiter’s Syndrome Abstract Reiter’s Syndrome which is also known as Reactive arthritis, is a form of arthritis that is an inflammatory condition of joints, which occurs due to other associated pathologies of the body. It causes pain and swelling in the joints, and as the name reactive arthritis says – it’s triggered by an infection in another part of the body. Infections in the gastrointestinal tract or in the urinary tract can also result in

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