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Usefulness of Ultrasound (US) Imaging in Detecting Psoriatic Arthritis of Fingers and Toes in Patients with Psoriasis


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Posted 17 February 2011 - 08:29 AM

Usefulness of Ultrasound (US) Imaging in Detecting Psoriatic Arthritis of Fingers and Toes in Patients with Psoriasis. US proved valuable in detecting joint and/or tendon abnormalities in the fingers and toes of patients with suspicious changes. The dermatologist should consider US to obtain an accurate assessment of suspicious findings. Clara De simone. Clinical and Developmental Immunology Volume 2011 (2011), Article ID 390726. (Hindawi) (Also see: Psoriatic Arthritis)

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