Behcet's Syndrome Center

Behçet's syndrome is a disease characterized by three symptoms:

  • genital ulcers,
  • recurring mouth ulcers,
  • and inflammation around the pupil of the eye.
Symptoms of Behcet's syndrome may also include inflammation of other areas of the body, such as the:
  • brain,
  • joints,
  • skin,
  • retina,
  • and bowels.
Oral steroids, anti-inflammatory drugs, and steroid gels, pastes, and creams may be used to treat Behçet's syndrome. Read more: Behcet's Syndrome Article


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