The possibility that psoriasis and Reiter's syndrome may be similar or closely related is illustrated by two cases in which (1) the initial illness was typical of Reiter's syndrome, (2) joint involvement resembled that of rheumatoid arthritis, and (3) the skin lesions, initially keratosis blennorrhagica, later became typical of psoriasis.
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