A diagnosis of enteropathic arthritis is made through a complete medical examination including a history of symptoms and taking into account family history. Various tests may also be done to determine the presence of an inflammatory bowel disease and inflammatory arthritis.
Besides examining a full medical history of symptoms and taking a thorough family history, various tests may be performed:
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