Cardiovascular morbidity in psoriatic arthritis

December 2009
International Journal of Advances in Rheumatology;2009, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p127
Academic Journal
In this study, the prevalence of cardiovascular morbidity was demonstrated to be increased in a cohort of psoriatic arthritis patients. The extent of skin disease, along with traditional cardiovascular risk factors, was shown to be associated with this increase.


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