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Psoriatic Arthritis the facts
Psoriatic Arthritis the facts
Includes Key Points at the start of each chapter to quickly summarise important concepts covered in the text
Features numerous Case Histories and Patient Perspectives which provide practical examples throughout
Myths and facts boxes highlight common misunderstandings and concrete facts about the condition
Includes an invaluable resource section with suggested reading and contact information for support groups, plus a glossary of technical terms

Psoriatic arthritis is an inflammatory arthritis associated with psoriasis. It is characterised by swelling and inflammation in and around the joints as well as inflammation of the skin. While there is currently no cure for psoriatic arthritis, several new treatments are emerging that offer new hope to patients. In this guide for patients, the authors draw on their experience from one of the largest clinics in the world that is dedicated to understanding and managing patients with psoriatic arthritis, and highlight what is know about the causes and clinical features, along with the emotional impact that this condition has on peoples lives and how to manage it.

Readership: Patients with psoriatic arthritis, their relatives and caregivers, including general practitioners.

Dafna Gladman and Vinod Chandran

ISBN No 978-0-19-923122-5

Publisher Oxford University Press
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Price: 15.00

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