Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal


Behcet's syndrome is a disease commonly found in Japan and in countries around the Mediterranean Sea. In the U.S., it is relatively uncommon. This report describes a 24-year-old Lebanese-American man with Behcet's syndrome who presented with symptoms four months after he developed arthritis and who had been initially diagnosed as having incomplete Reiter's syndrome. A literature review is Included.



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