Arthritis with Psoriasis Underlying Cause
The cause of psoriatic arthritis is unknown. The cause of psoriatic arthritis is related to the immune system, which normally fights infection. The immune system mistakenly attacks normal joint tissue and skin, causing inflammation and breakdown of the joints.
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