Classification and clinical assessment.

@article{Marchesoni2012ClassificationAC,
  title={Classification and clinical assessment.},
  author={Antonio Marchesoni and Fabrizio Cantini},
  journal={Reumatismo},
  year={2012},
  volume={64 2},
  pages={79-87}
}
There are at least nine classification criteria for psoriatic arthritis (PsA) that have been proposed and used in clinical studies. With the exception of the ESSG and Bennett rules, all of the other criteria sets have a good performance in identifying PsA patients. As the CASPAR criteria are based on a robust study methodology, they are considered the current reference standard. However, if there seems to be no doubt that they are very good to classify PsA patients (very high specificity), they… CONTINUE READING
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