An Introduction to Psoriatic Arthritis

May 7th 2016


Five different types of psoriatic arthritis exist. The majority of patients are inflicted with symmetric psoriatic arthritis, which is similar to rheumatoid arthritis, and affects joints on each side of the body simultaneously. Asymmetric psoriatic arthritis only affects joints on one side of the body and distal psoriatic arthritis causes stiffness and inflammation at the ends of the toes and fingers. People with spondylitis experience stiffness in the neck and spine, whereas individuals with arthritis mutilans

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