Fast Five Quiz: Conditions Associated With Psoriatic Arthritis

Herbert S. Diamond, MD


January 29, 2020

Nearly one third of patients with psoriatic arthritis may experience ocular comorbidities, including conjunctivitis in 20% of patients and acute anterior uveitis in 7% of them. In patients with uveitis, 43% have sacroiliitis and 40% are HLA-B27–positive. Scleritis and keratoconjunctivitis sicca are rare; iritis may also occur.

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