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Psoriatic Arthritis, Joint Anatomy 

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medical illustration of An illustration of joints affected by psoriatic arthritis, a chronic inflammatory skin condition (psoriasis) accompanied by arthritis and other joint problems. A
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An illustration of joints affected by psoriatic arthritis, a chronic inflammatory skin condition (psoriasis) accompanied by arthritis and other joint problems. A "pencil-in-cup" deformity is a typical characteristic of psoriatic arthritis as bone begins wearing away due to prolonged damage. Other symptoms such as cartilage erosion, joint fusions or joint displacements may also occur.

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