Diagnosis of Reiter

Diagnosis of Reiter syndrome

The disease is only one of a large group, and the symptoms are similar. Reiter is a disease characterized by diseases called vertebrates. Spondyloarthropathy, arthritis and tissue diseases such as Ray syndrome are diagnosed by examining the patient's medical history and laboratory examination, examining the symptoms and signs caused by joint and tissue infections, In the morning and other symptoms characterized by each disease of this group differently, such as the presence of skin on the skin in the case of arthritis in psoriasis, for example.

There are several different tests carried out for each of the diseases of this group, which is called diseases of the vertebrate: -

The name Spondyloarthropathies describes a group of chronic diseases in the joints. These diseases appear in children with dyspepsia in young people, as well as in older adults as well.

This group includes the following diseases:

Joint problems related to inflammatory bowel disease

Rheiter syndrome Arthritis in psoriasis

 Ankylosing spondylitis

Rheumatoid spondylitis.

This is a group of diseases of the vertebrate and each disease of different diseases in the disease group different symptoms and results of different complications:

The symptoms in areas that link the lower back are pelvic, epigastric and in general terms that are related or related to this group of diseases.

It affects areas around the joint, through which the ligaments and tendons connect to the bone, such as in the feet, hips, or knees.

It is very important to know that different diseases of the range of disorders of the vertebrate, such as rheumatoid arthritis, may affect young or old alike.

The symptoms of Reiter's syndrome are:

The difficulty of movement in the morning hours, and then improve the situation in daylight hours as a result of movement.
Lower back pain, sometimes up to the buttocks

There are some common traits among these diseases, for example, aches in the joints. But the symptoms of each disease vary:

Rheumatoid arthritis
This in turn causes difficulty in movement and aches in the back buttocks. As time passes, the pain moves from the lower back to the top of the back. In difficult cases and in some cases delayed in treatment, some of the vertebrae attach to each other in the spine, causing great difficulty in the movement of the back.
Other members of the body may be infected (eg, hips, chest wall, and ankles). In children, the symptoms generally begin to appear in the hips, knees, ankles, toes, and then to the spine.

Reiter's syndrome:
The fingers and toes may swell dramatically and noticeable. Reiter's syndrome may sometimes result in weight loss, high body temperature, skin rash and inflammation. In children, the joints are located at the bottom of the leg in general
Pain, swelling and inflammation of the joints, especially in the sacral joint, which connects the lower back with the pelvis, and in the fingers and toes.
Causes of Reiter's syndrome:

Experts have not yet come to know the real causes of these diseases. B27-HLA is often associated with rheumatoid arthritis. This group of diseases is often genetic diseases, more than other rheumatoid diseases, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.

Treatment of Reiter's syndrome

In most cases, these vertebrates, including Ray syndrome, are simple cases that have not been diagnosed for many years.

These diseases do not cause difficulties in everyday life. The treatment focuses on relieving aches and alleviating the difficulty of movement, by adopting the right position and tightening the affected areas, to prevent the occurrence of spasm and difficulty of movement.