Reactive Arthritis

About- Reactive arthritis formerly known as Reiter's syndrome, is joint pain and swelling triggered by an infection in another part of the body including intestines, genitals or urinary tract.

Symptoms-
 Inflammation of bone’s soft tissue
 Inflamed Eye
 Joint pain 
 Lower back pain
 Skin problems
 Stiffness 
 Swollen toes or fingers
 Urinary problems

Causes-
Reactive arthritis is developed due to the bacterial infection in the several parts of the body including intestines, genitals or urinary tract. It may be transmitted sexually or foodborne. Most common reasons are  
 Campylobacter
 Chlamydia
 Clostridium diffic
 Salmonella
 Shigella
 Yersinia

Specialist to visit
 Rheumatologist

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References
https://www.medicinenet.com
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https://www.mayoclinic.org
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