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Behcet's Syndrome Evaluation
- Aphthous ulcers in the mouth
- Genital ulcers
- Joint swelling
- Neurologic abnormalities
- Raised red rashes
There are no specific tests for the diagnosis of Behcet's. The combination of laboratory tests, physical findings, patient history, and tissue biopsy is used to make the diagnosis of Behcet's.
Tests used for the evaluation for Behcet's syndrome may include:
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PubMed Behcet's Syndrome References
- Akman-Demir G, Baykan-Kurt B, Serdaroglu P: Seven-year follow-up of neurologic involvement in Behcet syndrome. Arch Neurol 1996 Jul; 53(7): 691-4. 
- Borhani Haghighi A, Pourmand R, Nikseresht AR. Neuro-Behcet disease. Neurologist. 2005 Mar;11(2):80-9. 
- International Study Group for Behcet's Disease: Criteria for diagnosis of Behcet's disease. International Study Group for Behcet's Disease. Lancet 1990 May 5; 335(8697): 1078-80.