Behcet Syndrome (Behcet's Disease) is a vascular inflammatory disease. The initial description of this syndrome are the triad of mainly recurrent oral ulcers, genital ulcers and eye inflammation. Behcet's syndrome is a systemic disease, can affect multiple organ systems and more. Some diseases such as ulcerative ulcer node inflammation, granulomatous enteritis, Crohn's can also be caused by triad similar performance, collectively known as Behcet's syndrome.
In Behcet Syndrome, Around the vessel wall and blood vessels, as well as can be seen near the tissue are lymphocytes and mononuclear cell infiltration. There are vessel wall necrosis and vascular embolization. Involvement of the arterial blood vessels may also be able to vein for the capillaries, small blood vessels (such as subcutaneous nodules), also for large and medium-sized vessels such as renal artery, pulmonary artery, aorta, lower limb artery and vein, pulmonary vein, inferior vena cava, such as . Epithelial cell damage in the mouth, genital ulcer formation, and even the formation of gastrointestinal ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding occur.