Spondyloarthritis: Is methotrexate effective in psoriatic arthritis?

  title={Spondyloarthritis: Is methotrexate effective in psoriatic arthritis?},
  author={Philip J Mease},
  journal={Nature Reviews Rheumatology},
‘‘We are left in a state of uncertainty about the use of methotrexate in PsA...’’ As clinicians, we have witnessed the benefits of methotrexate in the treatment of our patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA)—it is the most commonly used systemic immunomodulatory agent, whether as mono therapy or in combination, for the condition.1 Prov ing this efficacy in an evidence-based man ner is, however, another matter. Results from the most recent and substantial controlled study to date—the… CONTINUE READING
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