Reiter Syndrome

Reiter syndrome is a seronegative spondyloarthropathy. It is characterized by the triad of arthritis, non gonococcal urethritis, and conjunctivitis. More recently, Reiter syndrome also has been defined as a peripheral arthritis lasting longer than 1 month, associated with urethritis, cervicitis, or diarrhea. Mainstays of therapy for joint symptoms are NSAIDs. Sulfasalazine may be used for patients who do not experience relief with NSAIDs or who have contraindications to NSAIDs.


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