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Campylobacter jejuni enteritis and reactive arthritis
  1. C. D. Short1,
  2. P. T. Klouda2,
  3. Lorna Smith3
  1. 1M3 Unit, Manchester Royal Infirmary
  2. 2Department of Medical Genetics, Manchester Royal Infirmary
  3. 3Department of Bacteriology, Manchester Royal Infirmary


    A further case of reactive arthritis following Campylobacter jejuni enteritis is reported. The interim results of a small prospective study are discussed. It may be desirable to do serological studies for campylobacter infection in the investigation of mono- or polyarthritis of acute onset.

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