Psoriatic arthritis: what is it?

How does psoriatic arthritis differ from classic arthritis? How to recognise this joint problem

Where can psoriatic arthritis develop?

Psoriasis of the skin is an abnormality that affects about 3% of the general population nationwide, and a quarter of these people can develop an inflammatory joint form called psoriasic a..

This type of arthritis can affect either the peripheral joints, asymmetrically between the two sides, or the spine, generating a form of spondylarthritis.

What are the symptoms of psoriatic arthritis?

The symptoms that occur in case of psoriatic a. are compatible with classical arthritis.

Swelling and swelling of the joints or inflammatory back pain, which worsens with rest and gives prolonged morning stiffness, are the hallmarks of psoriatic .a.

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