Physician scores vs patient self-report of joint and skin manifestations in psoriatic arthritis.

@article{Chaudhry2013PhysicianSV,
  title={Physician scores vs patient self-report of joint and skin manifestations in psoriatic arthritis.},
  author={Salman R Chaudhry and Arane Thavaneswaran and Vinod Kumar Mozhikunnam Chandran and Dafna D Gladman},
  journal={Rheumatology},
  year={2013},
  volume={52 4},
  pages={705-11}
}
OBJECTIVE We aimed to determine the degree of agreement between patient self-report and physician assessment of joint disease activity and damage and degree of skin disease. METHODS Patients were followed up in the PsA clinic for homunculus for tender joints, swollen joints, deformed joints and problematic joints, as well as the severity of their psoriasis. A rheumatologist documented tender joints, swollen joints and damaged joints as well as psoriasis area and severity index score. The… CONTINUE READING

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