In summary, the clinical course of Behcet's disease, its histopathology, regional incidence, and occasional sibling occurrence, together with sporadic virus isolation, has suggested the theory of a virus etiology, but it has not been established. Virus studies would be of interest during the first three weeks in a suspected case. Behcet's disease with involvement of the central nervous system has a poor prognosis.
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