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Psoriatic Arthritis (cont.)

Psoriatic Arthritis Follow-up

If someone has symptoms of psoriatic arthritis, a consultation with a rheumatologist (a physician who specializes in arthritis) can optimize care.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 3/23/2015

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In 1964, the American Rheumatism Association listed psoriatic arthritis as a clinical entity.

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