The Influence of Gender on the Frequency of Clinical Symptoms in Behçet’s Disease
The only symptom that was seen more frequently in women was genital aphthosis (7% difference). The major differences between male and female patients were in Behçet’s pustulosis (16%), ocular manifestations (13%), and the complete form of Japan criteria (10%). The difference in phlebitis was 6%, and 5% in joint manifestations.
KeywordsAnterior Uveitis Complete Form Ocular Manifestation Posterior Uveitis Retinal Vasculitis
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