Allan Gibofsky, MD, highlights the goals of treatment for patients with psoriatic arthritis and discusses how routine imaging procedures are used to monitor for treatment efficacy and disease progression.
Despite their effectiveness in treating psoriatic arthritis, biologic agents may carry a risk for infection. As a result, Allan Gibofsky, MD, discusses how rheumatologists manage patients being treated with a biologic agent.
Allan Gibofsky, MD, briefly discusses the normal protocol for monitoring and treating patients with psoriatic arthritis and remarks on the potential benefits of using biologic therapy in patients with this condition.
Allan Gibofsky, MD, highlights the various ways that psoriatic arthritis may present in patients and, consequently, remarks on the importance of seeking a rheumatologist to help distinguish an appropriate diagnosis.
Allan Gibofsky, MD, a professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and an attending rheumatologist at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, provides an overview of the rheumatic diseases psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis.