Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Reiter's disease.. vesicles multiple small ulcers on yellowish palms and soles. Superficial ulcer in the genital and mucous membranes of the throat and hard palate

Reiter's disease:
The syndrome occurs mainly in young males and may affect children.
Clinical manifestations:
This syndrome is characterized by three aspects:
1 eye: conjunctivitis conjunctivitis keratitis.
2 urethritis: Non-bacterial, painful with bloody urination and purulent infestation, cystitis, prostatitis and meningitis are common.
Arthritis: Swollen and painful joints.
General features:
Fever double deficiency weight.
Skin manifestations:
Small vesicles and ulcers on the palms and soles. The lesions of the palms and soles become hyper-corneal, thickened and peeling, similar to cirrhosis.
The manifestations of mucous membranes:
Pancreatic lesions are superficial ulcers in the genital area, mucous membranes of the pharynx and severe palpitations.
Heart features:
Rarely, dermatitis, inflammation of the myocardium and aortic insufficiency are uncommon manifestations.