Reactive arthritis (ReA) frequently as sequelae of gastrointestinal or genitourinary tract infections previously had been identified as developing sterile inflammatory arthritis. ReA, most definitive evidence on the role of microbial agents is based on the demonstration of microbial antigens in the synovial fluid. In terms of clinical and immunological responses after infection are large individual differences. Biochemical reactions at the cellular level, reflecting the addition of host- microorganism relationship is such advances in understanding. ReA, patients are usually young adults, the average age is 30-40. The most obvious involvement of the disease in the joints. Joint involvement can create clinical spectrum goes from arthralgia to severe polyarthritis.
Reactive arthritis, arthritis, chlamydia