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Reactive arthropathy

Introduction: Reactive arthropathy

Description of Reactive arthropathy

Reactive arthropathy: An abacterial form of arthritis developing after infection at a site distant from the affected joint or joints. The causative bacteria cannot be cultured from synovial specimens but bacterial antigens have been demonstrated in cells from the synovial fluid and membrane. It often follows Yersinia infection.
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