Diagnosis of Reiter

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

Causes and risk factors of Reiter's syndrome
Experts do not yet know the true factors that cause these ailments. Often times, the B27 - HLA gene is related to rheumatoid spondylitis. This group of disorders is predominantly hereditary diseases than other rheumatic diseases, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
Syndrome symptoms
Diseases from the group of spondylopathies generally cause the following symptoms:

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Difficulty moving in the morning hours, then the situation improves in hours as a result of movement during the day.
The common group is the aches in the joints. Special symptoms differ among themselve
Psoriasis arthritis: It is a type of arthritis related to an existing problem in the skin (Psoriasis). Symptoms of psoriasis (the appearance of a red crust on certain areas of the skin) generally appear 

before the symptoms of arthritis, and sometimes with a difference of several years.
The severity of the rash does not necessarily reflect the severity of the inflammation in the joints. Sometimes, the fingernails and toenails become thicker, scars appear on them and then they tend to yellow. The joints most prone to problems are large joints, such as the articulatio coxae joint and the sacroiliac joint. Big swellings may appear in the fingers and toes, too, making the fingers look like a sausage.

Reiter's syndrome: causes pain, swelling and inflammation in the joints, especially in the sacroiliac joint, which connects the lower back to the pelvis, in the fingers and toes, and in the feet.
Fingers and toes may swell dramatically. Reiter's syndrome sometimes causes a high body temperature, a drop in weight, a rash and inflammation. As for children, the joints in the lower leg are generally affected.

Ankylosing spondylitis (rheumatoid): It causes difficulty moving and aches in the lower back. Over time, the pain radiates from the lower back to the upper back. In complicated cases, some of the vertebrae are stuck together in the spine, causing great difficulty in moving the back.
Other organs in the body may be affected (such as: the hips, the wall of the rib cage and the ankles of the legs). In children, symptoms generally begin to appear in the hips, knees, ankles, or thumbs, and then reach the spine.

Reiter's syndrome treatment
In most cases, these spondylitis, including Reye's syndrome, are simple conditions that are not diagnosed over many years.

These diseases do not cause difficulties in normal daily life. The treatment focuses on relieving pain and relieving the difficulty of movement, by adopting the correct