Reiter syndrome

Reactive arthritis, formerly known as Reiter's syndrome, is a form of inflammatory arthritis that develops in response to an infection in another part of the body (cross-reactivity). Coming into contact with bacteria and developing an infection can trigger the disease. [Source: Wikipedia ]

Arthritis urethritica
Fiessinger-Leroy disease
Fiessinger-Leroy-Reiter syndrome
Polyarteritis enterica
Post-infectious arthritis
Reactive arthritis
Reiter arthritis
Venereal arthritis
Is A
Seronegative spondyloarthropathy
May Cause
Abnormal sternoclavicular joint
Abnormal sternomanubrial synchondrosis
Anterior urethral stricture
Aortic insufficiency
Aortic valve disease
Arthritis with new bone formation
Arthritis with osteoporosis
Arthritis without osteoporosis
Asymmetrical sacroiliac joint abnormality
Asymmetrical sacroiliac joint disease
Atlantoaxial instability
Baker cyst
Bony whiskering
Calcaneal bone resorption
Calcification in a ligament
Calcification in a tendon
Cervical spine fusion
Distal clavicle defect
Joint effusion
Localized periosteal reaction
Localized soft-tissue calcification
Male-predominant arthritis
Monoarticular joint disease
Narrowed joint space
Pericardial effusion
Plantar calcaneal spur
Polyarticular joint disease
Regional osteoporosis
Resorption of distal clavicle
Rheumatoid-like arthritis
Sacroiliac joint disease
Sclerotic foot bone lesion
Sclerotic hand bone lesion
Skin rash
Squaring of vertebral body
Symmetrical sacroiliac joint abnormality
Symmetrical sacroiliac joint disease
Unilateral sacroiliac joint abnormality
Unilateral sacroiliac joint disease
Vascular deossification
Widespread periosteal reaction
Widespread soft-tissue calcification