Do patients with psoriatic arthritis who present early fare better than those presenting later in the disease?

@article{Gladman2011DoPW,
  title={Do patients with psoriatic arthritis who present early fare better than those presenting later in the disease?},
  author={Dafna D Gladman and Arane Thavaneswaran and Vinod Kumar Mozhikunnam Chandran and Richard J. Cook},
  journal={Annals of the rheumatic diseases},
  year={2011},
  volume={70 12},
  pages={2152-4}
}
BACKGROUND This investigation aimed to determine whether patients presenting to a psoriatic arthritis (PsA) clinic early in the course of the disease had less severe disease at presentation, and whether disease duration at presentation predicts progression of joint damage. METHODS Patients followed prospectively in a specialised clinic were divided into those first seen within 2 years of diagnosis (group 1) and those seen with more than 2 years of disease (group 2). The groups were compared… CONTINUE READING
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