[|What I would like to add to chapter 6 is the fact that psoriatic arthritis may cause disability by permanent damage of the joints. The (...)

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Clinical manifestations

The association between axial and peripheral attacks is frequent and favours greatly diagnosis. The sacroiliitis may be asymptomatic, purely and (...)

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Radiological symptoms

The radiological appearance is suggestive when it combines signs of bone destruction and construction. Radiological involvement is characterized (...)

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In general, oligoarthritis is kept well controlled by relatively lenient treatment. Conversely, serious forms, almost as disabling as rheumatoid (...)

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Treatment of psoriatic rheumatism can only be undertaken if the diagnosis is certain. This presupposes close collaboration between dermatologist (...)

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