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This patient’s right hand exhibited pustules on the palm and fingers, which is a symptom of his diagnosed “Reiter’s syndrome”.
Reiter’s syndrome consists of a predominately three symptoms: arthritis, conjunctivitis and urinary tract infections, or urethritis. Due to its systemic arthritic symptoms, this disease is sometimes referred to as “seronegative spondyloarthropathy”.
Content Providers(s): CDC/Susan Lindsley. Photo Credit: Donated by Brian Hill, New Zealand.