Reiter’s syndrome

Reiter’s syndrome

Reiter’s syndrome is a disease which classically consists of inflammation of the joints (arthritis), urethra (urethritis), and eye.

Reiter’s syndrome is a disease which classically consists of inflammation of the joints (arthritis), urethra (urethritis), and eye. Reiter’s syndrome frequently includes skin manifestations and is thought to be triggered in some people by an infection and immune response. This is a fairly typical rash on the feet associated with Reiter’s syndrome. This type of rash may also appear on the hands.

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Patricia Barber
Patricia Barber
For the last 20 years, Pat has been helping patients and caregivers live better lives, advocate for change, and Virginia's "right hand" making sure the "i's" are dotted and the "t's" are crossed. She lives in Michigan and couldn't picture herself doing anything but helping the autoimmune community.

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