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by Vinod Chandran,Dafna D. Gladman

  • Author: Vinod Chandran,Dafna D. Gladman
  • ISBN: 0199231222
  • ISBN13: 978-0199231225
  • ePub: 1227 kb | FB2: 1959 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 15, 2009)
  • Pages: 168
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 727
  • Format: lit lrf docx mobi
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Psoriatic arthritis is an inflammatory arthritis associated with psoriasis. by Dafna D. Dafna D. 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.

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Psoriatic Arthritis covers the epidemiology and diagnostic and classification criteria, describing the clinical features of the disease, including skin and nail involvement, articular, and other extra-articular manifestations.

Psoriatic Arthritis covers the epidemiology and diagnostic and classification criteria, describing the clinical features of the disease, including skin and nail involvement, articular, and other extra-articular manifestations. Laboratory features and imaging characteristics are covered in detail, along with co-morbidities and their impact. Over the past 30 years, there has been increasing recognition of psoriatic arthritis as a distinct clinical entity. Psoriatic arthritis occurs mostly in patients with psoriasis and may affect up to 1% of the general population. It has many similarities to other forms of spondyloarthritis, and must be differentiated from related conditions.

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Gladman Dafna . Rosen Cheryl . Chandran Vinod (Ed. Psoriatic Arthritis. In this book, the imaging features of the many different types of vasculitis are clearly demonstrated by means of numerous high-quality illustrations

Gladman Dafna . In this book, the imaging features of the many different types of vasculitis are clearly demonstrated by means of numerous high-quality illustrations. All relevant imaging modalities are considered, and key distinctive characteristics are highlighted. In addition, each chapter discusses the etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentation, biology, and treatment of the vasculitis in question. This book is the result of cooperation between expert teams from a range of countries.

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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.
Wrathmaster
As someone diagnosed w/ this illness, it refreshing to find a text on the topic. Too often the information found on the internet is either a very simple overview or a highly technical medical research paper. There is little information to be found between those extremes. This book fills that void. I would recommend this book for anyone with the condition.

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Sataxe
This was a tremendously well written book that I found to be extremely helpful. I like the way it was laid out and it was easy to understand without being too simplistic.
GoodBuyMyFriends
This book gives and excellent overview of psoriatic arthritis, from a trusted source, while also being very cost effective. I have been seeing a dermatologist and I learned things in this book, such as metabolic syndrome may be linked, that I my dermatologist never mentioned. I would recommend this book to anyone who has or thinks they have PsA. Unfortunately I have found that medical practitioners do not have the time, or broad knowledge often required, to correctly diagnose and connect all the dots. You must be willing to do your own research using reputable sources. As an example, my general practitioner was trying to treat the nail pitting as a fungal infection. Dermatologist told me that psoriasis is not an autoimmune disease, which I knew was incorrect.
Alien
This well-written book, by knowledgeable persons covers all aspects of this disease, and in particular, gives the recently diagnosed sufferer an excellent overview as well as supported analyses of various treatments and studies of psoriatic arthritis. A keeper.
Marige
I read this book after having it recommended to me by someone on a PsA forum. It is a very informative and easy to understand explanation of what PsA is and what you might expect if you have received this diagnosis.
Ubranzac
Very helpful. A lot of information for such a small book. Its small,was my only complaint.
Bedy
Informative but a bit pricey for a small paperback book
Very informative with lots of good illustrations.
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