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Psoriatic Arthritis

Measuring the Value of How a Patient “Feels”

How a patient feels may be a better indicator of the effectiveness of treatment than actual disease activity, researchers say. 
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Psoriatic Arthritis

Dactylitis (©Beachbird/Shutterstock.com)

From skin to joint issues, the list of symptoms associated with psoriatic arthritis is long and not every patient exhibits the same symptoms. In this slideshow, we highlight PsA symptoms and treatments.

One foot in, one foot out (©Mantinov/Shutterstock.com)

There are two types of PsA patients: Biologic naïve patients who take medication persistence seriously and patients who've given up due to a history of failed TNFi therapy.

Side effects with treatment (©SherryYatesYoung/Shutterstock.com)

To reduce risks while improving quality of life, a comprehensive care approach for psoriatic arthritis patients requires the recognition of treatment risks and treatment options.

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In this slideshow, we highlight a Brazilian study that examines the effects of biologics on the three most common psoriasis comorbidities: Metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease and fatty liver disease.

In this slideshow, we review the biologics currently approved to treat adults with moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved brodalumab (Siliq) for the treatment of adults and moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis.

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How a patient feels may be a better indicator of the effectiveness of treatment than actual disease activity, researchers say.

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