A 45-year-old woman with a previously diagnosed pruritic skin condition presents with significant joint deformity that has developed slowly over the past 10 years. She complains of severe pain in her hands, elbows, knees, ankles, and feet. Examination of skin is positive for erythematous silvery plaques on the dorsal hands, wrists, knees, trunk, and dorsal feet. She is otherwise healthy and takes no medication. Do u think this is psoriatic arthritis?

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Psoriatic arthritis...rhus tox may help...

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rhus tox

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Investigation (ESR RA factors ASo titter Hb,TC, DC etc

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S ..psoriatic arthritis..

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Calc phos 30

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Yes psoric arthritis

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Psoriatic arthritis...

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NO DOUBT OF PSORITIC ARTHRITIS. SILVERY OR WAXY SCALY PLAQUES IS THE DIAGNOSTIC OF PSORISIS WITH MULTI JOINTS INVOLVEMENT IS PA.

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Abrotanum maybe helpful

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@Dr. Aniruddha Lele @Dr. S.k. Mudgal @Dr. P. G. Shah @Dr. Pratik Patel @Dr. Poonam Rana @Dr. Nisha Parashar please help in this case.... Is it Ama Vata? Vata Rakta?

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