Fast Five Quiz: Can You Identify Psoriatic Arthritis and Initiate the Best Treatment Practices?

Herbert S Diamond, MD; Anwar Al Hammadi, MD

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July 10, 2019

Psoriatic arthritis is a chronic inflammatory arthritis that develops in at least 5% of patients with psoriasis. The disorder most commonly exists as a seronegative oligoarthritis found in patients with psoriasis. Distal joint involvement and arthritis mutilans are less common, but characteristic, differentiating features.

Because of a lack of specific biologic tests, precisely defining psoriatic arthritis remains difficult. Do you know what signs to look for and best treatment practices? Test yourself with our quick quiz.

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